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Date:1/28/2008

serve the same sort of behavior in the cystoskeleton, which provides structural support for cells. Precise new measurements may yield a better understanding of the cytoskeleton's structural rearrangements.

"At long timescales, there is flow, there are structural rearrangements occurring. But then at the faster timescales, you're able to see its more solid-like properties," Gardel said. "By looking at the dynamics of those short timescales, you can extract information about how rigid the cytoskeleton is."


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