Extracellular Vesicles – the cells’ secret messengers

Extracellular vesicles are small areas of cellular membranes that bud inwardly or outwardly, often carrying cargo from one cell to another. Research is only now beginning to understand how these little packets of information allow cells to talk to one another. Please visit isev.org to find out more about vesicles, the cells’ secret messengers. Please expand this movie to fill the screen, and then use your mouse to pan around in the movie.

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