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Direct-current (dc) or alternating current (ac) EFs were reported to induce collective and directional migration of adherent cells, phenomena termed electrotaxis [11-13].
However, the cathodal or anodal electrotaxis is cell-type dependent and most ofthe cell types are recruited to the cathodal pole of the EF [38-43].
This phenomenon, known as electrotaxis or galvanotaxis, describes the directional migration of cells toward the cathode or anode of an applied EF.