Directional memory arises from long-lived cytoskeletal asymmetries in polarized chemotactic cells

Harrison V. Prentice-Mott, Yasmine Meroz, Andreas Carlson, Michael A. Levine, Michael W. Davidson, Daniel Irimia, Guillaume T. Charras, L. Mahadevan, Jagesh V. Shah

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