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Detecting diluteness: New experimental and theoretical approaches 'dive into the pool' of membranes organelles
Inside each and every living cell, there are miniscule structures called membraneless organelles. These tiny powerhouses use chemistry to cue the inner workings of a cell—movement, division and even self-destruction.
Jun 26, 2017 in Materials Science