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T cell migration on ICAM surface

A T cell with a polymer “backpack” attached moves across a surface. The backpack does not impede its normal motion.

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Thank you
An Interesting question.
Interaction with Nanoparticles, liposomes are possible via this method?

Posted 9 years by Anonymous

wonderful

Posted 9 years by Anonymous

http://techtv.mit.edu/videos/1296-t-cell-migration-on-icam-surface

Posted almost 9 years by Anonymous

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