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Optimizing F-actin Labeling At the Leading Edge Of Cells Using Multiple Actin Probes, Fixation Methods and Imaging Techniques

  • Vera DesMarais (a1) (a2) (a3), Robert J. Eddy (a1), Ved P. Sharma (a1), Orrin Stone (a4) and John S. Condeelis (a1) (a2) (a3)...
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[8]All imaging was conducted in the Analytical Imaging Facility (AIF) (funded by NCI Cancer Grant P30CA013330). SIM imaging was executed on the Nikon-STORM/SIM/TIRF microscope (funded by NIH 1S10OD18218-1). Some confocal imaging was executed on the Leica SP8 confocal microscope (funded by NIH 1S10OD023591-01). The research was funded by grant CA150344 (RE, VS, JC).

Optimizing F-actin Labeling At the Leading Edge Of Cells Using Multiple Actin Probes, Fixation Methods and Imaging Techniques

  • Vera DesMarais (a1) (a2) (a3), Robert J. Eddy (a1), Ved P. Sharma (a1), Orrin Stone (a4) and John S. Condeelis (a1) (a2) (a3)...

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