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Fibroblast cells Canvas Art
Fibroblast cells. Confocal light micrograph of mammalian fibroblast cells. The cells have been stained to reveal their structures: nuclei blue and cytoskeletons orange. Fibroblasts are found in connec

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Fibroblast cells Canvas Art

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