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Taking a Closer Look at Microbial-Environmental Interactions With Cryo-EM

Article   Mar 28, 2019

 
Taking a Closer Look at Microbial-Environmental Interactions With Cryo-EM

A slice through a tomogram of a Vibrio cell, with the inner membrane highlighted in purple and the chemoreceptor array in gold. A sub volume average of the chemoreceptor array in top view is shown on the right. Credit: Briegel lab, IBL, Leiden University.

Karen Steward PhD

Science Writer

 
 
 

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