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Yeast a Budding Model for Studying Spread of Infection

News   Sep 20, 2018 | By Tom Ziemer for the University of Wisconsin-Madison

 
Probing Yeast Cells to Understand Cell Misregulation

Microscopic images of Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Credit: Bob Blaylock

 
 
 

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