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Boyden chamber

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An apparatus used in cell migration and invasion assays; it is made up of two compartments separated by a microporous membrane so that migratory cells or invasive cells in a cell suspension loaded into the top compartment are allowed to move through and attach underneath the membrane within a certain duration (incubation period)


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