A New Tool to Map the Flow of Info Within Living Cells

May 25, 2020 | Biotechnology

This week, Lab.Equipment has curated a new Biotechnology article published from Phys.Org:

How do cells move? Why do they move? Why do some cancer cells move slowly while others move quickly, causing a cancerous tumor to metastasize and become much more difficult to treat effectively? The answers are not as simple as we would want. They involve tiny proteins and processes that are very difficult to study in real time and space. The UNC Department of Pharmacology labs of Klaus Hahn, Ph.D., and John Sondek, Ph.D., are dedicated to overcoming this difficulty. And now their labs, with researchers at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, have created a way to study and map the intricacies of intercellular signaling—when, where, and how tiny parts of cells communicate—to make cells move.... More of this in the Phys.Org Blog.

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