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Publications

Short- and long-term memory of moving amoeboid cells

Symmetry Breaking during Cell Movement in the Context of Excitability, Kinetic Fine-Tuning and Memory of Pseudopod Formation

Unified control of amoeboid pseudopod extension in multiple organisms by branched F-actin in the front and parallel F-actin/myosin in the cortex

The cytoskeleton regulates symmetry transitions in moving amoeboid cells

A homologue of the Parkinson's disease-associated protein LRRK2 undergoes a monomer-dimer transition during GTP turnover

Coupled Excitable Ras and F-actin activation mediate spontaneous pseudopod formation and directed cell movement

A Gα-Stimulated RapGEF Is a Receptor-Proximal Regulator of Dictyostelium Chemotaxis

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

Direct Interaction between TalinB and Rap1 is necessary for adhesion of Dictyostelium cells

Mathematics of Experimentally Generated Chemoattractant Gradients

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Op stap met eencelligen - Amoebes hebben ook een geheugen

Slime mold provides key to understanding directional ability of immune cells

SLIME MOLD REVEALS CLUES TO IMMUNE CELLS’ DIRECTIONAL ABILITIES

Slime mold reveals clues to immune cells’ directional abilities

Slime mold provides key to understanding directional ability of immune cells

Doolhof vol slijmzwammen

Slime mold reveals clues to immune cells' directional abilities

Slime mold reveals clues to immune cells' directional abilities

SLIME MOLD REVEALS CLUES TO IMMUNE CELLS' DIRECTIONAL ABILITIES

SLIME MOLD REVEALS CLUES TO IMMUNE CELLS' DIRECTIONAL ABILITIES

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