Bacteria from tobacco, grown in the lab with blood, are surrounded by remnants of red blood cells destroyed by bacterial toxins in a process called hemolysis.
Credit: J. Pauly, l. Smith, m. Rickert, a. Hutson and g. Paszkiewicz/Roswell Park Cancer Inst.
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