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Cellular Movement

Video   May 28, 2019 | Video by the Khan Academy

 

Cell migration is fundamental to many processes such as embryonic development and wound healing, and cancer metastasis. Understanding the mechanisms behind how cells move represents an important piece to the puzzle of regenerative medicine and many therapeutic strategies, as discussed further here.

 
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