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Cellular Guillotine Created for Studying Single-Cell Wound Repair


Reported by: Irina Robu Using the century-old cutting method, it would take a researcher five hours to cut 100 cells, and by the time they were done, the cells they cut first would be well on their way to healing. In an effort to comprehend how a single cell heal, mechanical engineer Sing Tand developed […]

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