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A methodology to investigate the relationship between cancer cells cell-cycle phase and their migratory behaviors

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Abstract

We present a methodology integrating live-cell fluorescent microscopy, cell labeling, PDMS fabricated micro-channels (2D) and tumor spheroids (3D), and automated cell tracking in order to investigate cell-cycle phase dependency in invasive behaviors of cancer cells.

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