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Insertion de lignées cellulaires issues d'un carcinome humain dans un microscope inversé

Plate containing cell lines from a human carcinoma being inserted into an automatic inverted microscope, which allows high-speed image acquisition. These research scientists are interested in certain proteins with a view to understanding how they work on cell lines used as easily observable models. Afterwards, they will be able to transfer these observations to examine how the proteins interact with HIV (human immunodeficiency virus).

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