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Image of the Day: Spiky Cell

The cell in the center started out as a red blood cell like the others, but it has transformed into a "spur cell," probably because of the fixation technique used to capture this electron micrograph.

By | October 25, 2013

JANICE HANEY CARR, CDC

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