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Cell motility is critical for animal biology, but its evolutionary history is unclear. A new study reports blebbing motility - a form of cell crawling - in the closest living relative of animals, suggesting that the unicellular ancestors of animals could crawl. Copyright © 2021 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.


Katrina B Velle, Lillian K Fritz-Laylin. Evolutionary cell biology: Closest unicellular relatives of animals crawl when squeezed. Current biology : CB. 2021 Apr 12;31(7):R353-R355

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