Mike Schwartz (former postdoc) publishes "A Quantitative Comparison of Human HT-1080 Fibrosarcoma Cells and Primary Human Dermal Fibroblasts Identifies a 3D Migration Mechanism with Properties Unique to the Transformed Phenotype" in PLoS ONE

December 4, 2013

Mike Schwartz, currently at University of Wisconsin, showed differences in migration, morphology, and adhesion between cancer and primary dermal cells. Congratulations Mike (and Emi Tokuda and Samir Singh, co-authors on the paper)!

M.P. Schwartz, R.R. Rogers, S.P. Singh, J.Y. Lee, S.G. Loveland, J.T. Koepsel, E.S. Witze, S.I. Montanez-Sauri, K.E. Sung, E.Y. Tokuda, Y. Sharma, L.M. Everhart, E.H. Nguyen, M.H. Zaman, D.J. Beebe, N.G. Ahn, W.L. Murphy, and K.S. Anseth, "A Quantitative Comparison of Human HT-1080 Fibrosarcoma Cells and Primary Human Dermal Fibroblasts Identifies a 3D Migration Mechanism with Properties Unique to the Transformed Phenotype," PLoS ONE (2013).

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