Image of the Day: Cell Orienteering

Epithelial cells in the sea squirt embryo have invaginations (indicated by the arrows) that appear to align their centrosomes (blue and red dots), keeping the cells oriented for their next division.

The Scientist Staff
Aug 14, 2016

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