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Cell motility studies using digital holographic microscopy

@inproceedings{Persson2010CellMS,
  title={Cell motility studies using digital holographic microscopy},
  author={J. Persson and A. M{\"o}lder and Sven-G{\"o}ran Pettersson and K. Alm},
  year={2010}
}
  • J. Persson, A. Mölder, +1 author K. Alm
  • Published 2010
  • Chemistry
  • Studies of cell movement have many applications, such as invasion of malignant cells into healthy tissue and leukocyte migration into inflammatory sites. Cultured adherent cells usually move over their substrate in a crawling motion that varies greatly between cultures due to factors such as cell type, malignancy, mutations, confluence, substrate, or external chemical or mechanical stimuli. Cell movement can be divided into random movement (motility), and directional movement (migration… CONTINUE READING

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