The localization and translational control of actin mRNA is important for the migration of fibroblasts and is regulated by the activity of the kinase Src (see Figure 18.10). Src is activated by phosphorylation when cell surface receptors bind to signaling molecules. How might this system lead to a cell migrating in a specific direction? How might the cell migrate away from repulsive signals?
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