Getting Membrane Flow and the Cytoskeleton to Cooperate in Moving Cells

@article{Bretscher1996GettingMF,
  title={Getting Membrane Flow and the Cytoskeleton to Cooperate in Moving Cells},
  author={Mark S. Bretscher},
  journal={Cell},
  year={1996},
  volume={87},
  pages={601-606}
}
of a fibroblast is a few microns per minute: this velocity decreases towards the rear of the cell so that objects MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology Hills Road collect over the nuclear region. And finally, the capping process itself is completely inhibited in lymphocytes Cambridge CB2 2QH England (where it has been studied most) by preincubating the cells with a combination of cytochalasin B and colchi-cine, drugs which are known to interfere with the organization of microfilaments and… CONTINUE READING
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