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Persistence of fan-shaped keratocytes is a matrix-rigidity-dependent mechanism that requires α5β1 integrin engagement

Bibliographic reference Riaz, Maryam ; Versaevel, Marie ; Mohammed, Danahe ; Glinel, Karine ; Gabriele, Sylvain. Persistence of fan-shaped keratocytes is a matrix-rigidity-dependent mechanism that requires α5β1 integrin engagement. In: Scientific Reports, Vol. 6, p. 34141 (2016)
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