This finding may help solve the puzzle of certain types of aggressive metastasis
How does a cancer cell push its way out of the surrounding tissue?
To understand how cells orient themselves, Weizmann Institute researchers turned to a model from physics
A seven-unit structure that helps a cell move can rearrange to help anchor it in place
A biologist and a materials scientist create a new approach to understanding living cell mechanics
Sticky cells take their cues from the surface they adhere to
Suha Naffar-Abu Amara, a research student in the lab group of Prof. Benjamin Geiger of the Weizmann Institute's Molecular Cell...
Prof. Benjamin Geiger...
Dot-like podosomes play a unique role in bone renewal