Revisiting biocrystallization: Purine biocrystals are widespread in eukaryotes

Paradigm shift in eukaryotic biocrystallization: purine biocrystals are likely an ancestral type of cellular inclusions in eukaryotes. Cell inclusions in the spotlight of polarizing and Raman microspectroscopy.
Published in Microbiology
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