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Study uncovers how cells organize the growth of their structural filaments

02:37 EDT 19 Oct 2016 | Physorg.COM

To take shape, to move and to reproduce, cells need internal scaffolding composed of slender filaments known as microtubules. Before the cell can use microtubules for these and other essential functions, it must first organize them into carefully crafted bundles, which become the basis for three dimensional shapes.

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