Steering cell migration by alternating blebs and actin-rich protrusions

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High directional persistence is often assumed to enhance the efficiency of chemotactic migration. Yet, cells in vivo usually display meandering trajectories with relatively low directional persistence, and the control and function of directional persistence during cell migration in three-dimensional environments are poorly understood.

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Journal BMC Biology
Volume 14
Pages 74
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