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medical illustration of Ultrathin section through a white blood cell, a monocyte. These immune cells are able to absorb and remove foreign bodies. Clearly visible is the red-coloured nucleus, in blue the mitochondria and the endoplasmic reticulum (pink).
Transmission Electron Microscope, magnification  29 000:1
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Scanning electron microscope, magnification 150: 1

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Ultrathin section through a white blood cell, a monocyte. These immune cells are able to absorb and remove foreign bodies. Clearly visible is the red-coloured nucleus, in blue the mitochondria and the endoplasmic reticulum (pink). Transmission Electron Microscope, magnification 29 000:1

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