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May 7th, 2003
Dying cells dragged screaming under the microscope
An eerie high-pitched song fills the air in a physics laboratory in Los Angeles. It is the scream of a yeast cell as it withers in a pool of alcohol, and it just may proclaim a useful new technique for cell biologists.
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