Actin stress fibre subtypes in mesenchymal-migrating cells

@inproceedings{Vallenius2013ActinSF,
  title={Actin stress fibre subtypes in mesenchymal-migrating cells},
  author={Tea Vallenius},
  booktitle={Open biology},
  year={2013}
}
Mesenchymal cell migration is important for embryogenesis and tissue regeneration. In addition, it has been implicated in pathological conditions such as the dissemination of cancer cells. A characteristic of mesenchymal-migrating cells is the presence of actin stress fibres, which are thought to mediate myosin II-based contractility in close cooperation with associated focal adhesions. Myosin II-based contractility regulates various cellular activities, which occur in a spatial and temporal… CONTINUE READING
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