An HIV-infected dendritic cell shoots out thin projections called filopodia (red) with virus particles (white) at their ends.
By The Scientist Staff | April 24, 2013
Anupriya Aggarwai and Stuart Turville, PLOS Pathogens, doi:10.1371/journal.ppat.1002762
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