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Such measurements have inspired a search for agents that stiffen the cytoskeleton and increase the adhesive interactions between the cytoskeleton and the plasma membrane (such as hypertonic solutions).
The actin cytoskeleton provides the structural and mechanical framework for cell migration and invasion.
Analysis of a cancer cell spreading High-definition imaging allows real-time visualization of the cytoskeleton inside and outside cancerous cells.
McNiven Sections About About the Lab Research Team Focus Areas Tumor Cell Growth and Migration Lipid Droplet Biology and Fatty Liver Alcohol-Induced Liver Damage Publications Contact li "> Defining the cellular mechanisms of liver and pancreatic canc...
PI4,5P2 is a key regulator of focal adhesions and actin cytoskeleton.
Cellular mechanisms that contribute to early metastatic events are the reorganization of the actin cytoskeleton and the epithelial to mesenchymal transition (EMT).
Anastasiadis' lab indicate that p120 can also promote cancer progression, in part through the regulation of Rho GTPases and the subsequent reorganization of the actin cytoskeleton.
These effects are apparently mediated by modulation of Rho GTPases (such as RhoA, Rac1 and Cdc42), a family of molecular switches that play instrumental roles in the organization of the cytoskeleton and cell motility.
PI4,5P2 plays a critical role in regulating cytoskeleton organization and intercellular adhesions, which are essential for the development and function of the heart.
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