Breast Cancer Cell

Breast Cancer Cell
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A breast cancer cell, photographed by a scanning electron microscope, which produces a 3-dimensional images. The overall shape of the cell's surface at a very high magnification. Cancer cells are best identified by internal details, but research with a scanning electron microscope can show how cells respond in changing environments and can show mapping distribution of binding sites of hormones and other biological molecules.

Source: National Cancer Institute, Bruce Wetzel and Harry Schaefer

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 - Uploaded at 12.08.2013
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