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2012) Podoplanin-rich stromal networks induce dendritic cell motility via activation of the C-type lectin receptor cLeC-2.
The phosphorylation of FAK at Tyr 397 facilitated the formation of the FAK-Src bipartite kinase complex, which is pivotal in cell motility (Parsons et al.
The effect of NDRG2 overexpression on SW48 cell motility was measured at 24 hours after stable transfection, using wound healing assay.
Citation: "Eph/cphrin interactions modulate muscle satellite cell motility and patterning;" D.
The author also showed that TGF-B mediate aggressive cancer metastasis by inducing cell motility through the vascular route.
ART was found to inhibit both cell motility and migration in a dose dependent and time dependent manner; this effect appeared at 12.
Cowsert, Automated measurement of cell motility and proliferation, BMC Cell Biology 6(1): 19 (2005).
It stimulates cell motility in an autocrine manner and is closely related to malignancy.
PLC[gamma]1 participates in cell motility mediated by stimulation of various growth factors and also plays an important role in regulating downstream signaling linked to proliferation, differentiation and invasion from EGFR/ PDGFR in cancers (12, 13).
Lyn is known to be involved in mast cell motility and generation of superoxide free radicals in neutrophils.
Recent progress in the study of cancer cell motility and invasion has generated greater understanding of the mechanical properties involved in malignant transformation and cell mechanics, which have emerged as important markers for cytoskeletal organization, cell adhesion, and spreading.
In addition, the production of lipid peroxidation in sperm due to oxidative stress has been associated with a loss of cell motility (Aitken et al, 1989; Alvarez and Storey, 1994).
This is particularly true for the fields of cell adhesion, cell motility, and cancer biology.
In vitro, Panacea has shown that monoclonal antibodies against HAAH inhibit cell growth in a dose-dependent fashion, inhibit cell motility more than 6-fold and reduce invasion from 26% to 0.
Its goal is to advance understanding of the basic mechanisms of cell biology, synaptic transmission,, cell motility, neural signaling and neurological disorders.