Centrioles, TEM

Centrioles, TEM

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Caption: Centrioles, transmission electron micrograph (TEM). Centrioles (dark lines at centre) are organelles that help the cell to divide. These cylindrical structures are mainly composed of the protein tubulin. They are involved in assembling the spindle that pulls cells apart during mitosis (nuclear division).

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