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A cell migration assay is a laboratory technique used to study how cells move in response to stimuli. It's crucial for understanding processes like tissue repair and cancer metastasis.
Common assays include:
These assays help researchers explore factors influencing cell movement and are essential for various biological studies.
After 2 days of acquisition, cells continue to divide and move. We visualize the cellular movements and the mixture of cells that are carried out.
No phototoxicity, no photobleaching, and no dye passive transfer are visible for all acquisition time.
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