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MIACME Checklist Trial
A questionnaire to report Minimal Information About a Cell Migration Experiment, organized by the Cell Migration Standardization Organization (CMSO). CMSO is open to any interested participant. You can find out more on the CMSO website: https://cmsoblog.wordpress.com.

We are currently using the article by Lock et al, 2014 in Plos One (http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0090593), "Plasticity in the Macromolecular-Scale Causal Networks of Cell Migration".
Please complete the following MIACME checklist and provide a rating for each of the listed requirements.
Please bear in mind the purpose of the checklist is to promote data access, discovery, preservation and maximize re-use through efficient annotation for long term archiving.

Characterization of migration in mesenchymal stem cells
Credits:  Dr. Aine Prendergast Systems Biology Ireland, Remedi, NUIG (http://www.imaging.nuigalway.ie/currentresearch/currentresearch2.html).  This image was taken using an Andor Revolution spinning disk confocal system (Anatomy) with 60x oil objective (projected image of z-stack). Red: Rhodamine conjugated phalloidin (filamentous actin), Green: Dylight 488 (tubilin), Blue: DAPI (nuclei). Upon stimulation, mesenchymal stem cells migrate from the bone marrow to sites of injury where  they may facilitate wound repair. During cell migration, a re-localisation of specific migration-associated proteins and a rearrangement of the actin cytoskeleton occurs.
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