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Caption: Sectioned collagen fibres, coloured scanning electron micrograph. Collagen is the main connective tissue protein in the human body, and forms a large part of the tendons, skin, cartilage and bone. The fibres have been cut here, with the end surface at upper right.

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Collagen fibres, SEM

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