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BENG112B_lecture14 - mechanical effect? Actin Microtubules...

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Cells in Action Once stuck to a surface, leukocytes must “invade” the tissue Invasion occurs by a mechanical change in the cell: motile (crawling) What causes this? Does it have any
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Unformatted text preview: mechanical effect? Actin Microtubules Cells on the Move Actin at the Cell Edge Optimal Angles for Forces Optimal Angle Tensegrity (Ingber 1997)...
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