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Coloring In With CRISPR

News   Mar 03, 2020 | Original story from the Hubrecht Institute

 
Coloring In With CRISPR

By coloring keratins, a protein that marks the skeleton of cells, the fine structural details of the skeleton (blue) in human liver ductal cells becomes visible. Credit: Benedetta Artegiani, Delilah Hendriks, ©Hubrecht Institute.

 
 
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