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Cells Control Their Dance of Death

News   Nov 13, 2019 | Original story from La Trobe University

 
Cells Control Their Dance of Death

Image, taken from video, shows garbage truck cell (phagocyte, large cell) interacting with and pulling in the dying cells (green) once they form their blebs and protrusions, so it can eat them. Credit: La Trobe University

 
 
 

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