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This image, taken with a microscope-camera, shows the intricate network of fibers that builds a cell's structure. These fibers are called microtubules (yellow) and actin filaments (blue). Clare Water

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Exploring Bioethics helps students grapple with ethical issues posed by advances in the life sciences. For...

Tendinitis is inflammation, irritation, and swelling of a tendon, which is the fibrous structure that joins muscle to bone.

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