Focal Adhesion-Independent Cell Migration.

@article{Paluch2016FocalAC,
  title={Focal Adhesion-Independent Cell Migration.},
  author={Ewa K Paluch and Irene M. Aspalter and Michael Sixt},
  journal={Annual review of cell and developmental biology},
  year={2016},
  volume={32},
  pages={
          469-490
        }
}
Cell migration is central to a multitude of physiological processes, including embryonic development, immune surveillance, and wound healing, and deregulated migration is key to cancer dissemination. Decades of investigations have uncovered many of the molecular and physical mechanisms underlying cell migration. Together with protrusion extension and cell body retraction, adhesion to the substrate via specific focal adhesion points has long been considered an essential step in cell migration… CONTINUE READING
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