Chemotaxis under agarose: a new and simple method for measuring chemotaxis and spontaneous migration of human polymorphonuclear leukocytes and monocytes.

Abstract

A variety of methods have been devised for the study of spontaneous and directed cell migration. Among these, the membrane filter method introduced by Boyden in 1962, with its more recent modifications, has become the technique of choice for studies of leukocyte migration in vitro. This method, however, cannot be applied without alteration to studies of… (More)

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