The extracellular matrix and its role in cell migration and development of the enteric nervous system.

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The extracellular matrix (ECM), a network consisting of many different macromolecules, fulfils many important functions in every multicellular organism, especially during their development. Among other factors, ECM molecules are necessary for cell migration and also regulate cell differentiation, as could be shown in a wide range of animals. The enteric… (More)

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