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Cell Muscle Movements Visualized for the First Time

News   Apr 07, 2020 | Original story from the University of Warwick

 
Cell Muscle Movements Visualized for the First Time

Color-coded visualization of myosin II filament dynamics recorded with iSCAT microscopy (from dark red to white represents a duration of 2 min, image shows an area of 36x36 square microns). Credit: University of Warwick

 
 
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