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Flicker spectroscopy

Flicker spectroscopy of a red blood cell as its membrane naturally fluctuates. The malaria parasite causes the membranes to become bendier, allowing them easier invasion.

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Lab-grown human heart cells could mean fewer animals used in research

Dr Cesare Terracciano explains how better methods for growing heart cells in the lab could reduce the need to use animals in research on new drugs

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Vesicle traffic

The winners of the 2013 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine helped us understand how materials are packaged and transported in cells, as Dr Anita Hall (Life Sciences) explains. (Extract 3 of 3 from the Imperial Podcast 30 October 2013)

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High-resolution microscope movie - a Natural Killer (NK) white blood cell contacts a diseased cell

NK cell proteins are essential to detecting the diseased cells like cancers. Here they organise into a ring within which 'killing' granules are delivered to the diseased cell. Narration by Dr Alice Brown, movie compiled by Warwick Bromley.

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Dr Ernesto Cota explains how the Als adhesin molecule helps yeasts infect human tissue

Research from Imperial College London has uncovered the mechanism that helps yeast cells attach to human cells, often causing unpleasant fungal infections. This new information could lead scientists to develop new anti-fungal medicines

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