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Cell-size control in bacteria 

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medical illustration of 3D model rendering cover concept for journal article showing experimental and quantitative analysis demonstrated that E.coli cells add a constant volume each generation, irrespective of their newborn sizes, conclusively supporting the so-called constant Δ model.
Next medical illustration of Life machine, a look inside: an artist’s visualization of the interior of a human cell, Life is three-dimensional even at the tiny level of the cell. The machinery of cell processes turn genes into the proteins that form our bodies. DNA is read, RNA is transcribed and translated, proteins fold and are transported inside and outside the cell. A tiny factory of macromolecules essential for all known forms of life.

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3D model rendering cover concept for journal article showing experimental and quantitative analysis demonstrated that E.coli cells add a constant volume each generation, irrespective of their newborn sizes, conclusively supporting the so-called constant Δ model.

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