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Curvy Cancer-causing Bacterium "Keeps in Shape”

News   Jan 24, 2020 | Original story from the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

 
Curvy Cancer-causing Bacterium "Keeps in Shape”

A rendering of an H. pylori cell shows the curve of the organism. Display of the cell surface as triangular meshwork (left), surface curvatures (middle), and cell wall labeling (right). In the background are microscope images of individual H. pylori cells with the protein CcmA in yellow. Credit: Jennifer Taylor / Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.

 
 
 

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