Adhesion Integrin Movie 1

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Focal Complexes

Focal adhesions are integrin-containing adhesion junctions.

This movie demonstrates the stationary and transient nature of focal complexes appearing within an advancing lamellipodium.


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Reference

C Ballestrem, B Hinz, B A Imhof, B Wehrle-Haller Marching at the front and dragging behind: differential alphaVbeta3-integrin turnover regulates focal adhesion behavior. J. Cell Biol.: 2001, 155(7);1319-32 PubMed 11756480

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