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Atomic Force Microscopy Top-view Images of the Topographical Surface of Control HeLa Cells

Luciano Paulino Silva*

Laboratory of Nanobiotechnology (LNANO), Embrapa Genetic Resources and Biotechnology – Cenargen, Brasília, Brazil

Corresponding Author:
Luciano Paulino Silva
Laboratory of Nanobiotechnology (LNANO)
Embrapa Genetic Resources and
Biotechnology– Cenargen, Brasília, Brazil
Tel: (61) 3448-4433
E-mail: luciano.paulino@embrapa.br; lucianopaulinosilva@gmail.com

Received date: 04 June 2016; Accepted date: 06 June 2016; Published date: 08 June 2016

Citation: Silva LP. Atomic Force Microscopy Top-view Images of the Topographical Surface of Control HeLa Cells. Arch Can Res. 2016, 4:2.

 
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Abstract

Atomic force microscopy top-view images of the topographical surface of control HeLa cells (A) or after 24 hr of incubation in vitro with a membrane-active and cytolytic peptide (B). The anticancer peptide irreversibly disrupts the cell membrane integrity and releases the intracellular components (Figure 1).

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Atomic force microscopy top-view images of the topographical surface of control HeLa cells (A) or after 24 hr of incubation in vitro with a membrane-active and cytolytic peptide (B). The anticancer peptide irreversibly disrupts the cell membrane integrity and releases the intracellular components (Figure 1).

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Figure 1: Top-view images of the topographical surface of control HeLa cells.

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