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Biological Sciences
  • Author:
    Peter Sheterline
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    0126399808
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    Academic Pr (May 1, 1983)
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    181 pages
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Mechanisms of cell motility: molecular aspects of contractility : P. Sheterline Academic Press; London, 1983 181 pages.

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Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780126399806. Release Date:January 1983.

Mechanisms of cell motility. molecular aspects of contractility. Published 1983 by Academic Press in London, New York. Cells, Motility, Contractility (Biology), Muscle contraction

Mechanisms of cell motility. Cells, Motility, Contractility (Biology), Muscle contraction.

Local geometric control of cell growth and viability may therefore represent a fundamental mechanism for developmental .

Local geometric control of cell growth and viability may therefore represent a fundamental mechanism for developmental regulation within the tissue microenvironment. A quantitative analysis of cell motility.

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Sheterline P (1983) Mechanisms of cell motility: molecular aspects of contractility. Academic Press, LondonGoogle Scholar. Sibley JT, Hanson ED (1974) Identity and function of a subcortical cytoskeleton in Parameci-um. Arch Protistenkd 116:221–235Google Scholar

Sheterline P (1983) Mechanisms of cell motility: molecular aspects of contractility. Arch Protistenkd 116:221–235Google Scholar. Stockem W, Hoffmann HU, Gawlitta W (1981) gische Grundlagen der amoeboiden Bewegung. Verh Dtsch Zool Ges 1981:71–84Google Scholar. Suchard SJ, Goode D (1982) t transport of secretory granules during stalk secretion in a peritrich ciliate.

Cell motility plays a key role in development - there are chapters on the genetics of cell migration, the regulation .

Cell motility plays a key role in development - there are chapters on the genetics of cell migration, the regulation of contact repulsion in growth cones, and the progression from cell migration to cell-cell adhesion. Cell motility is directional - experts describe the molecules that regulate chemotaxis, allowing cells to migrate along pathways specified by chemical gradients. This book is a ‘must read’ for cell biologists working in a variety of fields, from development to wound healing, at all levels - post-doctoral fellows, post-graduate students and lab technicians. It is also stimulating reading for molecular and developmental biologists, biophysicists and biochemists.

Cell motility is a fascinating example of cell behavior which is fundamentally important to a number of biological and pathological processes. It is based on a complex self-organized mechano-chemical machine consisting of cytoskeletal filaments and molecular motors. In general, the cytoskeleton is responsible for the movement of the entire cell and for movements within the cell. The main challenge in the field of cell motility is to develop a complete physical description on how and why cells move.