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The ability to peer into the body at the cellular and subcellular levels has come a long way since British scientist Robert Hooke first described cells in the mid-1600s. Today, cell biologists rely on an array of imaging techniques to magnify organelles or track other components as cells divide, grow, interact and carry out other vital tasks. Scientists also can perform biochemical or genetic tests to study how cells respond to environmental stressors, such as rising temperatures or toxins, and they can use sophisticated computational tools to integrate and analyze all the data.
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