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The video shows baseline motility of primary microglia for long distances on artificial bio-mimetic microfluidic substrates with controlled physical/chemical characteristics. We performed regular 30 min time-lapse recording (JuLI, Digital Bio) over a 20 h period. Primary microglia spontaneously travel through fibronectin-coated PDMS microfluidic channels (width 12 μm and length 500 μm) for a distance of up to 500 μm in approximately 12 h, with an average speed of 0.66 μm/min.
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Amadio et al. BMC Neuroscience 2013 14:121 doi:10.1186/1471-2202-14-121