Modelling individual to collective cell movement

  • Date: 11/06/2006

Kevin Painter (Heriot-Watt University)


University of Alberta


Kevin Painter is with Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh, Scotland
Abstract: Cell migration plays a major role in both embryonic
development (e.g. gastrulation, neural crest migration) and the normal
physiological responses of an adult (e.g. immune response, wound
healing). Different cell types adopt different strategies for movement,
ranging from

Other Information: 

PIMS-MITACS Mathematical Biology Seminar Series 2006


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