Webinar: Advances in Live Cell Imaging - Skin Cell Motility: Integrins Lead the Way

September 15, 2015

In this webinar presented by Leica Microsystems and LabRoots you will learn about efforts to dissect mechanisms that underlie the directed migration of epidermal keratinocytes as they populate wounds or in cancer:

  • The structure and function of matrix adhesion sites (focal contacts and hemidesmosomes) in skin cells (keratinocytes) in vivo and in vitro.
  • The structural and signaling roles of complexes of hemidesmosome proteins in both adhesion and migration of keratinocytes.
  • The interplay of focal contacts and hemidesmosome protein complexes in the generation of traction forces needed to move a keratinocyte forward.

Register now to view the webinar:

Advances in Live Cell Imaging Skin Cell Motility: Integrins Lead the Way 

Speakers:


Johnathan Jones, PhD

Director and Professor
School of Molecular Biosciences, Washington State University, USA


Jennifer Horner, PhD

Global Product Manager, Leica Microsystems


Bernard Kleine

Product Manager, Leica Microsystems

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