Bacteria can infect cells and sometimes kill them. We believed to have a good grasp on these mechanisms, until we took a look through an electron microscope. A new world of strange syringes and injection needles became apparent. Bacteria may cocoon killer enzyms, only delivering their payload when they get in contact with a host. This mechanism is of great importance for our understanding of how to deliver active ingredients into a cell and could be of immense value in the field of medicine.
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