Additionally, human osteoblastic cells exhibit reduced cell motility
after ERK antisense treatment of these cells .
Indeed, S1P-mediated cell motility
was regulated by the MAPK signal transduction pathway in different cell types.
The loss of epithelial features is often accompanied by increased cell motility
and expression of mesenchymal genes.
The quantification assay of cell motility
showed that cat heps in Gaugments the motility of MCF-7 cells, suggesting that cell aggregation is not passively caused by the loss of adhesion to the substrates, but is caused by increased cell motility
Our results therefore reveal that the ISG15 pathway which is aberrantly elevated in tumors could disrupt cell architecture and contribute to breast cancer cell motility
," Desai said.
But GA-T (e.g., at 16.3 fxM) inhibited cell motility
more in HCT-116 p[53.sup.+/+] cell line (about65.7[+ or -]7.5%, ##p < 0.01)thanthatinHCT-116 p[53.sup.-/-] cell line (77.4[+ or -]6.7%, +p < 0.05).
Supramolecular assemblies of the Ascaris suum major sperm protein associated with amoeboid cell motility
Given the effects of ART on in vitro cell motility
and invasion, we examined the inhibitory effect of ART on HepG2 cell metastasis in nude BALB/c mice, using an in vivo orthotopic implantation assay.
London, Mar 19 (ANI): Scientists have discovered that members of an enzyme family found in humans and throughout the plant and animal kingdoms play a crucial role in regulating cell motility
In these experiments, cell motility
was not affected, and the microtubules were fine.
Biological events in normal cells such as embryonic development, tissue growth and repair, and immune responses, as well as cancer cell motility
and invasiveness are dependent upon cytoskeletal reorganization," the electrical engineer added.