School of Physics Curtis Lab research highlighted on the cover of Biophysical Journal

School of Physics Curtis Lab research highlighted on the cover of Biophysical Journal

Congrats to the Curtis Lab who recently had their research highlighted on the cover of Biophysical Journal. 

Frustrated phagocytic spreading in macrophages ends in distinct non-muscle myosin II dependent contractionBiophysical Journal, 111, 2698-2710 (December 2016

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