Skip Over Navigation Links

Cells use bubble-like structures (vesicles, yellow) to transport proteins and fats

Pin It button

Tatyana Svitkina, University of Pennsylvania

Download hi-res image [14 MB]


Cells use bubble-like structures called vesicles (yellow) to import, transport and export cargo and in cellular communication. A single cell may be filled with thousands of moving vesicles.

Back to main page

This page last reviewed on October 06, 2016