There is no life without movement, at all levels of metazoan organization, from individual cells to the animal form. Cells move using filaments that make up the so-called cytoskeleton. You can learn more about how cells use the cytoskeleton to move in the following tour of images and videos produced in the Vic Small lab in Salzburg and Vienna.
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Revision of this site in 2013 was performed by Guenter Resch, Maria Nemethova and J. Victor Small.
Material from other labs on this site has been kindly provided by the following colleagues:
The permission of Ian Lamswood, Leica Microsystems Vienna, to use material about the Leica EM GP in the chapter on “Immersion Freezing” is being appreciated.
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IMBA — Institut für Molekulare Biotechnologie GmbH
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