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In a pinch – cells use clathrin-coated lattice tubes to anchor themselves to the ECM during cell migration

Nadia Elkhatib and colleagues have provided evidence to explain why cells in 3D show fewer integrin rich focal adhesions compared to cells on flat surfaces.

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Mack the Knife – Protein Crystal
Continue reading “Mack the Knife – Xtal”

This is super resolution image (with approximately 10 nm resolution in x, y and z) of integrins in a migrating T cell. T cells are immune cells and must move, or migrate, around your body in order to fight disease. Continue reading “Science in Images: Super-resolved T-Cell”

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