To curb infection, a T cell (blue) binds budding HIV particles (yellow and purple) to the cell membrane—using a protein called tetherin—to keep them from floating away.
By The Scientist Staff | January 17, 2013
Cell Picture Show, Klaus Boller, Paul-Ehrlich
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Janet Rowley, who earned fame for linking chromosomal abnormalities to cancer in the 1970s, has passed away at age 88 from ovarian cancer.
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