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Figure 6

From: μ-Slide Chemotaxis: A new chamber for long-term chemotaxis studies

Figure 6

Time development of ┴ and ║ components of COM and FMI in one representative HT-1080 chemotaxis group (+/-) (data from Figure 4B). The FMI increases volatile during five hours at the beginning of the experiment and remains nearly constant afterwards. COM increases during the whole experimental time with a constant slope. Both, COM and FMI level off around zero indicating no directed migration perpendicular to the direction of the gradient.

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