The NANIVID: a new device for cancer cell migration studies

@inproceedings{Raja2008TheNA,
  title={The NANIVID: a new device for cancer cell migration studies},
  author={Waseem Khan Raja and Nathaniel C. Cady and James Castracane and Bojana Gligorijevic and Jacco van Rheenen and John S Condeelis},
  booktitle={SPIE BiOS},
  year={2008}
}
Cancerous tumors are dynamic microenvironments that require unique analytical tools for their study. Better understanding of tumor microenvironments may reveal mechanisms behind tumor progression and generate new strategies for diagnostic marker development, which can be used routinely in histopathological analysis. Previous studies have shown that cell invasion and intravasation are related to metastatic potential and have linked these activities to gene expression patterns seen in migratory… CONTINUE READING

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