In vitro assays
Cell migration and invasion
Cell migration is an important and complex cellular process involved in the progression of diseases such as cancer or arthritis. It corresponds to the ability of cells to migrate and, in the case of invasion, to progress through other tissues by degrading the extracellular matrix. In this experiment, you can choose either chemotaxis, haptotaxis, transmigration and invasion assays using Boyden chamber assays, or a selection of 2D gap closure assays.
• Cell cultures with growth conditions
• Vectors to transfect and conditions
• Compounds to add and conditions
• Additional treatment conditions
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