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Nanodevices Show How Cells Change With Time

News   Oct 21, 2020 | Original story from the University of Bath

 
Nanodevices Show How Cells Change With Time

At this point in development, the embryo chromosomes (which appear red in the centre) are preparing to separate during the first cell division. The device prongs can be seen fluorescing green, with green-fluorescing actin around the periphery. Credit: Professor Tony Perry

 
 
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