In vitro assays
Cell adhesion is defined as the binding of a cell to another surface, such as the extracellular matrix (ECM) or other cells. Cell adhesion is essential for cell integrity, cell growth and communication with other cells. Cell adhesion assays typically look at the adhesion of cells in the presence of ECM proteins such as collagen or fibrinogen, then non-adherent cells are removed to measure the remaining adherent cells.
• Cell cultures with growth conditions
• Vectors to transfect and conditions
• Compounds to add and conditions
• Additional treatment conditions
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