My friend Julie just published these beautiful 3D images of the FtsZ ring closing off two tiny dividing Caulobacter cells:
The scale bar is only 400 nm. Love it! (Video link here.)
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Thanks Sam! There are awesome movies too (thanks to Steve Lee):
Comment by JSB — May 1, 2012 #
yes, i tried to embed a movie in the post above. does it not work?
Comment by sam — May 2, 2012 #
just for fun:
Comment by brendan — May 6, 2012 #
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Movie didn’t work in my browser (Firefox for PC).
Comment by Jordan — May 14, 2012 #
Oh, sorry. Added the link.
Comment by sam — May 14, 2012 #
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