What Happens to a Dying Cell’s Corpse?

News   Mar 20, 2018 | Original story from the Rockefeller University

 
What Happens to a Dying Cell’s Corpse?

This is a tail-spike cell approaching the end. Its main body has morphed into a ball that will soon be degraded, then the branch-like extension will be chewed up and eliminated. Credit: Laboratory of Developmental Genetics at The Rockefeller University

 
 
 

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