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Images of "Invisible" Holes on Cells May Jumpstart Research

News   Mar 04, 2020 | Original story from Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory

 
Images of "Invisible" Holes on Cells May Jumpstart Research

Six microscopic views of the 3D pore protein pannexin 1. The images were captured using cryo-electron microscopy. Each pore protein is about 6 nm wide. This means that well over 300,000 could fit on the head of a pin (2 mm). Credit: Furukawa lab/CSHL, 2020

 
 
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