Dataset

Data from: A Worldwide Competition to Compare the Speed and Chemotactic Accuracy of Neutrophil-Like Cells

Skoge, M. (Creator), Wong, E. (Creator), Hamza, B. (Creator), Bae, A. (Creator), Martel, J. (Creator), Kataria, R. (Creator), Keizer-Gunnink, I. (Creator), Kortholt, A. (Creator), Haastert, van, P. (Creator), Charras, G. (Creator), Janetopoulos, C. (Creator), Irimia, D. (Creator), University of Groningen, 24-Mar-2016

Dataset

  • Monica Skoge (Creator)
  • Elisabeth Wong (Creator)
  • Bashar Hamza (Creator)
  • Albert Bae (Creator)
  • Joseph Martel (Creator)
  • Rama Kataria (Creator)
  • Ineke Keizer-Gunnink (Creator)
  • Arjan Kortholt (Creator)
  • Peter Haastert, van (Creator)
  • Guillaume Charras (Creator)
  • Christopher Janetopoulos (Creator)
  • Daniel Irimia (Creator)
  • Princeton Univ, Princeton University
  • Harvard Medical School
  • Göttingen University
  • University College

Description

Chemotaxis is the ability to migrate towards the source of chemical gradients. It underlies the ability of neutrophils and other immune cells to hone in on their targets and defend against invading pathogens. Given the importance of neutrophil migration to health and disease, it is crucial to understand the basic mechanisms controlling chemotaxis so that strategies can be developed to modulate cell migration in clinical settings.
Date made available24-Mar-2016
PublisherUniversity of Groningen
Access to the dataset Open
Contact researchdata@rug.nl

    Keywords on Datasets

  • Nanobiology, Dicty World Race, Chemotaxis, cell migration, microfluidics, nanotechnology, dictyostelium, neutrophil
Related Publications
  1. A Worldwide Competition to Compare the Speed and Chemotactic Accuracy of Neutrophil-Like Cells

    Skoge, M., Wong, E., Hamza, B., Bae, A., Martel, J., Kataria, R., Keizer-Gunnink, I., Kortholt, A., Van Haastert, P. J. M., Charras, G., Janetopoulos, C. & Irimia, D., 22-Jun-2016, In : PLoS ONE. 11, 6, 19 p., e0154491.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticleAcademicpeer-review

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