Damaged Cells Are Highly Mobile But Lack Direction
Cells on the move reach forward with lamellipodia and filopodia, cytoplasmic sheets and rods supported by branched networks or tight bundles of actin filaments. Cells without functional lamellipodia are still highly motile but lose their ability to stay on track, report researchers at the Stowers Institute for Medical Research in today’s online issue of the Journal of Cell Biology.
Their study provides new insight into cell motility, a complex and integrated process, which, when gone awry, can lead to various disease conditions such as cancer metastasis, birth defects, cardiovascular disease and compromised immune function.
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WHAT???!!! This is crazy that Cassie is only having one signing for this book release…. WHY???
Last year the launch party for Clockwork Prince was in New York. This year we’re moving west and having the launch party for City of Lost Souls in Chicago. It’s actually the only book signing appearance I am doing for City of Lost Souls in the US — possibly my only US signing this year. So I hope…
I know you said fan mail stuffs up your computer, but I think you said just reading it is okay. I just wanted to know if Fletcher the duck will be making an appearance in CP2. I think the story may be teeming with angst already, so perhaps adding a jealous duck wouldn’t exactly quell the drama. He just seems like a canon character already.I see that my fandom has invented a duck.Bored while I’m gone? :)