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A Surprising New Cell Structure Discovery

News   Oct 23, 2018 | Original story from Karolinska Institutet

 
Structure Discovered Which Mediates Cell-matrix Attachment During Mitosis

3D-projection of a cancer cell that is about to undergo cell division and adheres to the substrate with reticular adhesions. Blue – Chromatin/DNA; Red – Cell membrane; Green/Yellow in the bottom of the cell – Reticular adhesions. Confocal microscopy photo by John Lock

 
 
 

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