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In Study 1, 605 adolescents estimated how well their parents knew them and said how much they cared what their parents thought about them. Sons and daughters judged that mothers knew them fairly well, but daughters judged that fathers did not know them so well. At the same time, statements of caring indicated high concern by sons and daughters for both… (More)
In cell-based research, stringent quality control is desirable for standardization and correct interpretation of results. This article demonstrates the power of real-time cell analysis (RTCA) to achieve this goal using a highly reproducible, yet convenient and comprehensive method.
The study of dynamic cellular processes demands appropriate test systems. While static endpoint measurements fail to reflect kinetic variation, a real-time system provides comprehensive insights into cellular migration and invasion processes. Here we present how this method has been applied to study inflammation, and cancer metastasis.