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(Science Magazine)   For years scientists wondered how white blood cells move so quickly through your bloodstream. Well they paddle, obviously   (sciencemag.org) divider line
    More: Obvious, Blood, Red blood cells, white blood cells, Cell membrane, new research, different ways, white bloods cells, cell membrane moves  
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2020-09-26 8:47:23 PM  
Blatant privilege.
 
2020-09-26 8:50:13 PM  
Lots of cardio.

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2020-09-26 9:32:53 PM  
Stroke stroke stroke stroke!
 
2020-09-26 11:04:14 PM  
They take the HOV lane.
 
2020-09-26 11:39:30 PM  
Which is why they can't solve problems in the colon. When you're up shiat's creek, you don't have a paddle.
 
2020-09-27 12:39:45 AM  
So that's how they catch up to growing submarines.

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2020-09-27 1:14:18 AM  
Black cells matter!

//don't take this seriously.  It's Saturday and I've had some drinks.
 
2020-09-27 1:45:40 PM  
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2020-09-27 1:47:50 PM  

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Shake tiny fist? That's a paddlin'
 
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