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Extracellular matrix is the substance or matter of a tissue which is not a cell. Typically it is composed of protein polymers enriched with sugary branches ,shown here are fibronectin fibers,. Also known for sequestering then liberating growth factors and matrix proteases, thus directly affecting cell behavior.  The confocal image herein, is the result of an inverted picture, which indicates chronological matrix deposition represented by the different colors. X63
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Extracellular matrix is the substance or matter of a tissue which is not a cell. Typically it is composed of protein polymers enriched with sugary branches ,shown here are fibronectin fibers,. Also known for sequestering then liberating growth factors and matrix proteases, thus directly affecting cell behavior. The confocal image herein, is the result of an inverted picture, which indicates chronological matrix deposition represented by the different colors. X63

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From gallery: Cell Biology
Photographer: Dr. Edna Cukierman
Source: Visuals Unlimited, Inc.
Date: 2 Nov 2011
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Credit: Dr. Edna Cukierman/Visuals Unlimited, Inc.
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