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From: Uncovering by Atomic Force Microscopy of an original circular structure at the yeast cell surface in response to heat shock

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Heat-shock exposition of yeast cells leads to the formation of an unexpected circular structure. AFM deflection images of surface topology of a living yeast cell at 30°C (unstressed) (A, A’) or exposed to heat shock during 1 h at 42°C (heat-shocked) (B, B’). Yeast cells were trapped in polycarbonate porous membrane (top panel) or within the patterns of a PDMS stamp (back panel). Bud scar (BS) and circular structure (CS) are indicated on AFM images.

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