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an independent team of operatives who work together in a CELLULAR MANUFACTURING production environment.
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Gorelashvili et al., Megakaryocyte volume modulates bone marrow niche properties and cell migration dynamics.
"From a physics point of view, all the cell migration is driven by force," Liu said.
The results of the Transwell migration assay showed that miR-221 overexpression remarkably increased cell migration compared with the mimic control group (P<0.05), whereas miR-221 suppression significantly decreased cell migration compared with the inhibitor control group (P<0.05, Figure 3A).
More recently, Jansen et al .[6] revealed that EMPs from apoptotic endothelial cells promoted endothelial cell migration and proliferation.
Cell migration is an important process in the tissue formation phase of wound healing [1-3].
Also, the ASC CM showed a greater effect in inducing T24 cell migration than what was previously observed with the explant CM (Figure 1(b)).
In this study, we demonstrated that proinflammation cytokine IL-1[beta] promotes mesenchymal stem cell migration, which can be inhibited by IL-1RA.
To understand many physiological processes in living organisms, such as embryogenesis and wound healing, among others, as well as their malfunctions, e.g., inflammatory diseases, tumor growth, and metastasis, it is fundamental and of great interest to comprehend the process of relocalization of cells, commonly known as cell migration. This term is used to refer to different processes that involve the movement of cells from one location to another.
The topics include the integration of cadherin adhesion and cytoskeleton at adherens junction, making connections: guidance cues and receptors at non-neural cell-cell-junctions, tuning collective cell migration by cell-cell junction regulation, beyond cell-cell adhesion: sensational cadherins for hearing and balance, and the loss of E-cadherin-dependent cell-cell adhesion and the development and progression of cancer.
Cell migration is critical to normal and pathological processes, including embryogenesis, wound healing, angiogenesis, and tumor metastasis [1].
A key problem of the RD algorithm is the range cell migration correction (RCMC) [15].