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English: Electron microscopic image of a single human lymphocyte. Type: Black & White Print
Source Dr. Triche National Cancer Institute
Author Unknown photographer/artist (False color modifications made by myself--DO11.10)
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current04:12, 4 October 2006Thumbnail for version as of 04:12, 4 October 20061,946 × 1,788 (1.19 MB)DO11.10
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