Cells intuitively avoided dead-ends when released into microscopic mazes. Here’s how.
FOR A SINGLE CELL, the human body is a gargantuan maze of tissues, chemicals and capillaries, crammed full with trillions of other cells all bustling about like commuters at the world’s busiest train station. Somehow, amidst all this hubbub, most cells still manage to reach their destinations.
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