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Term:
substrate-dependent cell migration (GO:0006929)
Annotations: Rat: (31) Mouse: (30) Human: (33) Chinchilla: (29) Bonobo: (29) Dog: (30) Squirrel: (29) Pig: (30)
Parent Terms Term With Siblings Child Terms
cell migration +     
ameboidal-type cell migration +   
angioblast cell migration +   
anterior visceral endoderm cell migration 
cell chemotaxis +   
cell migration in hindbrain +   
cell migration involved in heart development +   
cell migration involved in kidney development +   
cell migration involved in somitogenic axis elongation 
cell migration involved in vasculogenesis +   
cell rearrangement involved in Malpighian tubule morphogenesis +  
chondrocyte intercalation involved in growth plate cartilage morphogenesis 
distal tip cell migration +  
dorsal closure, spreading of leading edge cells 
forebrain cell migration +   
germ cell migration +   
glial cell migration +   
hematopoietic stem cell migration +   
hemocyte migration 
hepatocyte cell migration  
hypothalamus cell migration +   
inductive cell migration 
leukocyte migration +   
lymphoid lineage cell migration +   
mesenchymal stem cell migration +   
mesonephric cell migration involved in male gonad development 
migracytosis 
muscle cell migration +   
negative regulation of cell migration +   
neuroblast migration +   
neuromast primordium migration +  
neuron migration +   
pericyte cell migration 
positive regulation of cell migration +   
regulation of cell migration +   
skeletal muscle satellite cell migration  
substrate-dependent cell migration +   
The orderly movement of a cell from one site to another along a substrate such as the extracellular matrix; the migrating cell forms a protrusion that attaches to the substrate.
wound healing, spreading of cells +   

Synonyms
Exact Synonyms: substrate-bound cell migration
Definition Sources: ISBN:0815316194, PMID:11944043, PMID:14657486

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