A human bone cancer cell shows off its actin filaments (purple), mitochondria (yellow), and DNA (blue).
By The Scientist Staff | November 1, 2012
Dylan Burnette, National Institutes of Health
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By The Scientist Staff
Neutrophil (yellow), a type of white blood cell involved in inflammation, attacks Bacillus anthracis (orange), the bacteria that causes anthrax.
By Kate Yandell
A sugar protects the subterranean rodents from out-of-control cell division.
By Chris Palmer
Academic scientists and the pharmaceutical industry will collaborate on a new program to speed up the drug development process.
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