Chester Chamberlain

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The ability of cells to recognize and respond with directed motility to chemoattractant agents is critical to normal physiological function. Neutrophils represent the prototypic chemotactic cell in that they respond to signals initiated through the binding of bacterial peptides and other chemokines to G protein-coupled receptors with speeds of up to 30(More)
Sample preparation for confocal microscopy typically involves fixing and staining, followed by clearing and mounting. Clearing involves treatment with solvent to dissolve lipids and other structures that cause light scattering and reduce the ability to image through thick specimens. Mounting involves transfer of the specimen into a medium which matches the(More)
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