Cinemicrography in Cell Biology by George G. Rose

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M. (1962). Exptl. Cell Research 27, 280. Pomerat, C. , Todd, E . , and Goldblatt, D. (1962). In "The Biology and Treat­ ment of Intracranial Tumors" (W. S. Fields and P. C. ), pp. 104-121. Charles C Thomas, Springfield, Illinois. Quastel, M. , and Pomerat, C. M. (1963). Z. Zellforsch, u. mikroskop. Anat. 59, 214. Ward, B . (1961). Sei. and Mech. July. General Design of a Comparative Cinemicrographic Equipment for Tissue Culture WILTON R. Ε ARLE Tissue Culture Section, Laboratory of Biology, National Bethesda, Maryland I.

T h i s activity m i g h t b e de- 100/i FIG. 8. Migration paths of 10 representative cells (12 hours or less) N C T C clone 929 (in protein-containing medium). scribed as merely a shifting a b o u t o f the center o f gravity o f the cell. As the cell diameter is a p p r o x i m a t e l y 2 0 to 30 μ, m a n y o f the 12-hour paths, shown in F i g . 7 were almost completely w i t h i n an area o f the size of a cell. Cells of strain 9 2 9 (Fig. 8) migrated, o n the average, well over ten times as fast as cells o f strain 2 0 7 1 .

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