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Microscopic Anatomy of Living Human Neutrophil

This video from Prof. Maurice Hallett, Neutrophil Signalling Group, Medical School, Cardiff University, shows the microscopic anatomy of a living human neutrophil in a yeast cell. The membrane and the nucleus of the actively phagocytic neutrophil were stained with fluorescent markers.

The images were captured using an Andor confocal microscopy system. The nucleus was confined between the active and inactive regions within the cell.

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Micro-anatomy of an actively phagocytic human neutrophil

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