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Plant and Animal Cells
Canola pods, MRI imaging
Plant cells, wounded
Tomato plant cells
Thalecress, genetically modified flowers
Fluorescent image of an uninfected cell and three human monocytes. The monocytes are infected with a poxvirus. The poxvirus will replicate in the monocytes and then new viruses will be transferred to the uninfected cell by cell-to-cell contact.