Transmission electron microscopy (TEM) of Chlamydial inclusions treated with Tf-amox.
figureposted on 26.02.2016, 09:51 by Jun Hai, Nawal Serradji, Ludovic Mouton, Virginie Redeker, David Cornu, Jean-Michel El Hage Chahine, Philippe Verbeke, Miryana Hémadi
HeLa cells were infected with the serovar L2 of C. trachomatis and incubated with different concentrations of Tf-amox. At 30 h P. I., infected cells were processed for electron microscopy analysis.
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