Membrane traffic as a coordinator of cell migration and junction remodeling.

Abstract

The change in the overall shape of developing organs is a consequence of the cumulative movement, reshaping, and proliferation of the individual mural cells that make up the walls of these organs. Recent observations suggest that the shape and the position of endothelial cells (ECs) in growing blood vessels are highly dynamic, implying that these cells… (More)

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@article{Wu2011MembraneTA, title={Membrane traffic as a coordinator of cell migration and junction remodeling.}, author={Chuanshen Wu and Arie Horowitz}, journal={Communicative & integrative biology}, year={2011}, volume={4 6}, pages={703-5} }