Cells in standby mode

Normally, cells are highly active and dynamic: in their liquid interior, called the cytoplasm, countless metabolic processes occur in parallel, proteins and particles jiggle around wildly. If, however, those cells do not get enough nutrients, their energy level drops. During such unfavorable conditions, the cytoplasm can solidify and protect the cell from death, new research shows. —> Read More

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