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Cells Missing Nuclei Struggle to Move in 3D Environments

News   Jan 22, 2018 | Original story from University of North Carolina Lineberger

 
Cells Missing Nuclei Struggle to Move in 3D Environments

Two human endothelial cells are shown. The cell to the left had its nucleus removed. The cells have been stained with phalloidin to label in green the actin cytoskeleton, and with a different dye to label the nucleus red. Credit: University of North Carolina Lineberger

 
 
 

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