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Figure 5

From: microRNA as a new immune-regulatory agent in breast milk

Figure 5

Exosome-like vesicles from human breast milk display the typical size (30--300 nm) and ultrastructure of electron-dense and electron-lucent microvesicles (arrows). miRNAs in the vesicles within breast milk are received by infants and facilitate many aspects of the infant's development. Scale bar, 100 nm.

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