Our paper “Membrane ruffling is a mechanosensor of extracellular fluid viscosity (PDF version: https://go.nature.com/3oyIXXB)” published today is also highlighted at the Nature Physics News and Views article “Ruffled in water, smooth in honey” . We thank Drs. Laura M. Faure and Pere Roca-Cusachs for their beautiful summary and discussion.
In the following movie, a human cell flattens itself as the viscosity changes so that it can migrate faster in honey-like fluids than in water-like fluids.
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