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Close up of the edge of a cryptococcal cell

Quick-freeze deep-etch image of the edge of a budding cryptococcal cell, showing a region of the plasma membrane (bottom left) bounded by the bilayered cell wall, with capsule fibers extending to the right from both the parent cell and a newly forming bud. Image by Tamara Doering and John Heuser....

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