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Basement Membrane Dynamics During Anchor Cell Invasion
Basement membranes are a dense, sheet-like form of extracellular matrix that underlie epithelia and endothelia, and surround muscle, fat and Schwann cells. Basement membranes separate tissues and protect them from mechanical ...
Dynamic Regulation of Plasma Membrane During Cell Invasion
Cell invasion is a complicated process vital to tissue development, immune surveillance, and disease states such as metastatic cancer. While in vitro work has presented molecular mechanisms regulating cell invasion, visualization ...
Imaging the Cell-Basement Membrane Interface during Anchor Cell Invasion in C. elegans
Basement membrane (BM) is the thin, dense, highly cross-linked form of extracellular matrix that underlies all epithelia and endothelia, as well as surrounds muscle, nerve and fat. These sheet-like networks function as ...