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Cell Movement: New Research Trends
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Editors: T. Abreu and G. Silva
Book Description:
Cell movement is a complex phenomenon primarily driven by the actin network beneath the cell membrane, and can be divided into three general components: protrusion of the leading edge of the cell, adhesion of the leading edge and deadhesion at the cell body and rear, and cytoskeletal contraction to pull the cell forward. Each of these steps is driven by physical forces generated by unique segments of the cytoskeleton. This review examines the specific physics underlying these phases of cell movement and the origins of the forces that drive locomotion.

Cell movement or motility is a highly dynamic phenomenon that is essential to a variety of biological processes such as the development of an organism (morphogenesis), wound healing, cancer metastasis and immune response. For example, during morphogenesis there is a targeted movement of dividing cells to specific sites to form tissues and organs. For wound healing to occur, cells such as neutrophils (white blood cells) and macrophages (cells that ingest bacteria) move to the wound site to kill the microorganisms that cause infection, and fibroblasts (connective tissue cells) move there to remodel damaged structures.

This new book presents important research in the field from around the globe.

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Chapter 1 - Scaffolding Proteins that Regulate the Actin Cytoskeleton in Cell Movement
Authors / Editors: S.J. Annesley and P.R. Fisher

Chapter 2 - Systems Dynamics Behind Cell Movement
Authors / Editors: Mikiya Otsuji and Shinya Kuroda

Chapter 3 - Mast Cells in Injury Response
Authors / Editors: Stefano Bacci, Aurelio Bonelli and Paolo Romagnoli

Chapter 4 - Role of Rho GTPases in Tumor Cell Migration and Metastasis
Authors / Editors: Yong Tang and Daotai Nie

Chapter 5 - Role of Serine Proteases and Their Receptors in Cellular Motility
Authors / Editors: V.M. Shpacovitch, M.D. Hollenberg and M.Steinhoff

Chapter 6 - Tuberin and Hamartin in Moving Breast Cancer Cells: Expression, Localization, and Function
Authors / Editors: Marina A. Guvakova and William S.Y. Lee
***Open Access Chapter. Free Download Available***

Chapter 7 - Role of Chemokines in Colorectal Cancer and Metastasis
Authors / Editors: Kathrin Rupertus, Otto Kollmar, Michael D. Menger and Martin K. Schilling

Chapter 8 - The Proteoglycan Versican: An Important Regulator of Cell Locomotion in Development and Disease
Authors / Editors: Carmela Ricciardelli, Andrew Sakko, Miranda Ween, Darryl Russell and David Horsfall

Chapter 9 - The Role of Endometrial Stromal Cell- Mediated Contractility in Endometrial Tissue Remodeling
Authors / Editors: Kaei Nasu, Akitoshi Yuge, Harunobu Matsumoto, Akitoshi Tsuno, and Hisashi Narahara

Chapter 10 - The Role of Transmission Electron Microscopy Analysis in Different Cases of Reduced Motility in Human Spermatozoa
Authors / Editors: Giulia Collodel, Nicola Antonio Pascarelli, Elena Moretti

Chapter 11 - Reproducing In Vivo Cell Migration
Authors / Editors: Lilian Soon and Alastair Stewart

Chapter 12 - Chlamydomonas as the Unicellular Model for Chemotaxis and Cellular Differentiation
Authors / Editors: E.V. Ermilova

Chapter 13 - Fluorescence Recovery after Photobleaching
Authors / Editors: Macarena Peran, Fernando Rodriguez-Serrano, Houria Boulaiz, Juan Antonio Marchal, Elena Lopez, Manuel Picón, Pablo Alvarez, Ana R. Rama, Raúl Ortiz, Alberto Ramire and Antonia Aranega

Chapter 14 - Improvement in Sperm Cell Kinetics
Authors / Editors: Fábio F. Pasqualotto, Luana Venturin Lara and Eleonora Bedin Pasqualotto

   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2009
   Pages: 383 pp.
   ISBN: 978-1-60692-570-6
   Status: AV
  
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