||Mouse Mus musculus
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||FRAP [Fluorescence Recovery After Photobleaching] and electron microscopy experiments
||P.378 left column 2nd paragraph: "Recently, G-actin concentration in lamellipodia was estimated as 150 µM by combination of FRAP and electron microscopy experiments (primary source). They concluded that G-actin concentration in lamellipodia is extremely higher than the Cc [critical concentration] of actin filaments."