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10 Things We Didn't Know Last Week - 26 October 2018

List   Oct 26, 2018

 
10 Things We Didn't Know Last Week - 26 October 2018

A new type of protein complex has been discovered, which is used by the cell to attach to its surroundings. It proves to play a key part in cell division. Pictured: 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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