Explained: How do cells migrate? 

Cells travel throughout the body, enabling diverse biological phenomena in health and disease.

Like the coordinated movements of bird flocks and fish schools, cells possess the ability to migrate within the body. Understanding the mechanisms underlying their choreographed movements unveils the secrets of many vital processes from embryo development to wound healing and cancer metastasis.

Download this Explainer Article from Drug Discovery News to learn why cells migrate, how they navigate diverse environments and move together in groups, and how researchers can leverage this knowledge for therapeutic advancements.