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Network heterogeneity regulates steering in actin-based motility?
« en: 21 de Septiembre de 2017, 14:42:02 pm »
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    The growth of branched actin networks powers cell-edge protrusions and motility. A heterogeneous density of actin, which yields to a tunable cellular response, characterizes these dynamic structures. We study how actin organization controls both the rate and the steering during lamellipodium growth. We use a high-resolution surface structuration assay combined with mathematical modeling to describe the growth of a reconstituted lamellipodium.


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References:https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-017-00455-1


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