Cell motility as random motion: A review

Dávid Selmeczi, Liwen Li, Leif Pedersen, Simon Flybjerg Nørrelykke, Peter Hagedorn, Stephan Mosler, E.C. Cox, Niels Bent Larsen, Henrik K. Flyvbjerg

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    Abstract

    The historical co-evolution of biological motility models with models of Brownian motion is outlined. Recent results for how to derive cell-type-specific motility models from experimental cell trajectories are reviewed. Experimental work in progress, which tests the generality of this phenomenological model building is reported. So is theoretical work in progress, which explains the characteristic time scales and correlations of phenomenological models in terms of the dynamics of cytoskeleton, lamellipodia, and pseudopodia.
    Original languageEnglish
    JournalEuropean Physical Journal. Special topics
    Volume157
    Pages (from-to)1-15
    ISSN1951-6355
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 2008

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    Selmeczi, D., Li, L., Pedersen, L., Nørrelykke, S. F., Hagedorn, P., Mosler, S., ... Flyvbjerg, H. K. (2008). Cell motility as random motion: A review. European Physical Journal. Special topics, 157, 1-15. https://doi.org/10.1140/epjst/e2008-00626-x
    Selmeczi, Dávid ; Li, Liwen ; Pedersen, Leif ; Nørrelykke, Simon Flybjerg ; Hagedorn, Peter ; Mosler, Stephan ; Cox, E.C. ; Larsen, Niels Bent ; Flyvbjerg, Henrik K. / Cell motility as random motion: A review. In: European Physical Journal. Special topics. 2008 ; Vol. 157. pp. 1-15.
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    Cell motility as random motion: A review. / Selmeczi, Dávid; Li, Liwen; Pedersen, Leif; Nørrelykke, Simon Flybjerg; Hagedorn, Peter; Mosler, Stephan; Cox, E.C.; Larsen, Niels Bent; Flyvbjerg, Henrik K.

    In: European Physical Journal. Special topics, Vol. 157, 2008, p. 1-15.

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    Selmeczi D, Li L, Pedersen L, Nørrelykke SF, Hagedorn P, Mosler S et al. Cell motility as random motion: A review. European Physical Journal. Special topics. 2008;157:1-15. https://doi.org/10.1140/epjst/e2008-00626-x