Research Techniques Made Simple: Analysis of Collective Cell Migration Using the Wound Healing Assay.

@article{Grada2017ResearchTM,
  title={Research Techniques Made Simple: Analysis of Collective Cell Migration Using the Wound Healing Assay.},
  author={Ayman Grada and Marta Otero-Vi{\~n}as and Francisco Prieto-Castrillo and Zaidal Obagi and Vincent J Falanga},
  journal={The Journal of investigative dermatology},
  year={2017},
  volume={137 2},
  pages={
          e11-e16
        }
}
Collective cell migration is a hallmark of wound repair, cancer invasion and metastasis, immune responses, angiogenesis, and embryonic morphogenesis. Wound healing is a complex cellular and biochemical process necessary to restore structurally damaged tissue. It involves dynamic interactions and crosstalk between various cell types, interaction with extracellular matrix molecules, and regulated production of soluble mediators and cytokines. In cutaneous wound healing, skin cells migrate from… CONTINUE READING
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