• Regulation of cell shape and adhesion by CD34
  • Transglutaminase-2 in cell adhesion: All roads lead to paxillin?
  • How does cancer cell metabolism affect tumor migration and invasion?
  • Role of the AP-1 transcription factor FOSL1 in endothelial cells adhesion and migration
  • Shape in migration: Quantitative image analysis of migrating chemoresistant HCT-8 colon cancer cells
  • BIGH3 modulates adhesion and migration of hematopoietic stem and progenitor cells

Regulation of cell shape and adhesion by CD34

Hiroe Ohnishi, Hiroyuki Sasaki, Yoshihiko Nakamura, Shunichi Kato, Kiyoshi Ando, Hisashi Narimatsu and Kouichi Tachibana

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Transglutaminase-2 in cell adhesion: All roads lead to paxillin?

Evelyn Png and Louis Tong

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How does cancer cell metabolism affect tumor migration and invasion?

Tianyu Han, De Kang, Daokun Ji, Xiaoyu Wang, Weihua Zhan, Minggui Fu, Hong-Bo Xin and Jian-Bin Wang

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Role of the AP-1 transcription factor FOSL1 in endothelial cells adhesion and migration

Federico Galvagni, Maurizio Orlandini and Salvatore Oliviero

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Shape in migration: Quantitative image analysis of migrating chemoresistant HCT-8 colon cancer cells

Alessia Pasqualato, Vittorio Lei, Alessandra Cucina, Simona Dinicola, Fabrizio D'Anselmi, Sara Proietti, Maria G Masiello, Alessandro Palombo and Mariano Bizzarri

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 BIGH3 modulates adhesion and migration of hematopoietic stem and progenitor cells

Sofieke E Klamer, Carlijn GM Kuijk, Peter L Hordijk, C Ellen van der Schoot, Marieke von Lindern, Paula B van Hennik and Carlijn Voermans

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Cell Adhesion & Migration

January/February 2014

Volume 8, Issue 1

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Confocal microscopy of MSCs seeded on fibers scaffolds prepared by Forcespinning®. Cells were stained with DiOC6 (green color) and propidium iodide (red color)—top left, top right, bottom middle panels. Depth color projection was used to visualize distribution of the cells in scaffolds (top middle, bottom left, bottom right panels). Cells penetrated to the depth more than 200 µm in scaffold Sample 1 (50% PCL, G20 orifice) (top left and middle panels) In the case of Sample 2—50% PCL, G30 orifice, classic deposition (top right and bottom left panels); and Sample 3—50% PCL, G30 orifice, CVD (bottom middle and right panels) the penetration was considerably smaller. The micrograph shows in top left, right, and bottom middle panels mesenchymal stem cells stained with DiOC6 for membranes (green) and propidium iodide for nuclei (red). Top middle, bottom left, and right panels represent color-coded depth profile of cells on scaffolds. 

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