The illustration above shows the three-dimensional structure of a melanoma cell, as derived from ion abrasion scanning electron microscopy data.
In the cell can be seen mitochondria (red), endoplasmic reticulum (yellow), and the nucleus (gray).
Originally published by Cosmos as Inside a melanoma cell
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