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The parting of the endothelium: miracle, or simply a junctional affair? Johnson-Leger, Caroline; Aurrand-Lions, Michel; Imhof, Beat 2000
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TGFbeta directs gene expression of activated microglia to an anti-inflammatory phenotype strongly focusing on chemokine genes and cell migratory genes Paglinawan, Rey; Malipiero, Ursula; Schlapbach, Ralph; Frei, Karl; ... Fontana, Adriano 2003
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Pax6-induced alteration of cell fate: shape changes, expression of neuronal alpha tubulin, postmitotic phenotype, and cell migration Cartier, Laetitia; Laforge, Terese; Feki, Anis; Arnaudeau, Serge; ... Krause, Karl-Heinz 2006
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Oligodendrocyte progenitor migration in response to injury of glial monolayers requires the polysialic neural cell-adhesion molecule Barral-Moran, M. J.; Calaora, V.; Vutskits, Laszlo; Wang, C.; ... Kiss, Jozsef Zoltan 2003
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Nox1 mediates basic fibroblast growth factor-induced migration of vascular smooth muscle cells Schroder, Katrin; Helmcke, Ina; Palfi, Katalin; Krause, Karl-Heinz; ... Brandes, R. P. 2007
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Cross talk between alpha(v)beta3 and alpha4beta1 integrins regulates lymphocyte migration on vascular cell adhesion molecule 1 Imhof, Beat; Weerasinghe, D.; Brown, E. J.; Lindberg, F. P.; ... Gisler, R. 1997
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Actin, microtubules and focal adhesion dynamics during cell migration Wehrle-Haller, Bernhard; Imhof, Beat 2003
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A role for the alphavbeta3 integrin in the transmigration of monocytes Weerasinghe, D.; McHugh, K. P.; Ross, F. P.; Brown, E. J.; ... Imhof, Beat 1998