Image of the Day: Candida Endocytosis

Scanning electron micrograph of Candida parapsilosis yeast (green) adhering to a human endothelial monolayer (pink) and being enveloped by thin membrane extensions from endothelial cells.

By | August 19, 2013

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Avatar of: Roy Niles

Roy Niles

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August 19, 2013

So why is this happening?  Why do we see this kind of picture witha description of what is happenng, but almost never what the purposes of the various actors n the picture are?  Is ir because scientists don't consider that cellular activity is purposeful?  Or at least not to any intelligent extent?

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