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Time-Lapse ImagingConcept Why?
Haydar, TarikPerson Why?
Live-cell confocal microscopy and quantitative 4D image analysis of anchor-cell invasion through the basement membrane in Caenorhabditis elegans.Academic Article Why?
Fibronectin Fiber Extension Decreases Cell Spreading and Migration.Academic Article Why?
Using Xenopus laevis retinal and spinal neurons to study mechanisms of axon guidance in vivo and in vitro.Academic Article Why?
Hagedorn, ElliottPerson Why?
ADF/cofilin promotes invadopodial membrane recycling during cell invasion in vivo.Academic Article Why?
Derivation of lung mesenchymal lineages from the fetal mesothelium requires hedgehog signaling for mesothelial cell entry.Academic Article Why?
Interplay of active processes modulates tension and drives phase transition in self-renewing, motor-driven cytoskeletal networks.Academic Article Why?
Pax6 is required at the telencephalic pallial-subpallial boundary for the generation of neuronal diversity in the postnatal limbic system.Academic Article Why?
Targeting the oncogene LSF with either the small molecule inhibitor FQI1 or siRNA causes mitotic delays with unaligned chromosomes, resulting in cell death or senescence.Academic Article Why?
The core apoptotic executioner proteins CED-3 and CED-4 promote initiation of neuronal regeneration in Caenorhabditis elegans.Academic Article Why?
The Mammalian-Specific Protein Armcx1 Regulates Mitochondrial Transport during Axon Regeneration.Academic Article Why?
The toxicity of a mutant prion protein is cell-autonomous, and can be suppressed by wild-type prion protein on adjacent cells.Academic Article Why?
Lowery, LauraPerson Why?
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