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Breast Epithelial Cells
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Breast Epithelial Cells

This image shows mouse breast epithelial cells (red and magenta) after a pregnancy.
Engineered Cell Attacking a Human Tumor Cell
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Engineered Cell Attacking a Human Tumor Cell

An engineered HSC-iNKT cell (blue) attacking a human tumor cell.
Spinal Cord Section
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Spinal Cord Section

An image of a longitudinal spinal cord section treated with the most bioactive therapeutic scaffold. Regenerated axons (red) regrew within the lesion.
Zebrafish Red Blood Cells
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Zebrafish Red Blood Cells

This image shows zebrafish red blood cells in the peripheral blood of zebrafish. Normal fish, with varied blood cell lineages, are shown at the top, and mutant zebrafish with clonal hematopoiesis at the bottom.
Thin Section of Tumor
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Thin Section of Tumor

This image shows a thin section of a tumor from a PDX model. Histological staining reveals structures of the tumor cells and the tumor environment (stroma).
Shedding Light on Sertoli Cell Function
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Shedding Light on Sertoli Cell Function

This image reveals how a single Sertoli cell, which is genetically labeled with yellow fluorescent protein among other Sertoli cells in red, contacts a number of cells in the tubule.
Lifecycle of a Cell
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Lifecycle of a Cell

This image shows the lifecycle of a biological cell.
Cells Infected With a Variant Strain of SARS-CoV-2
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Cells Infected With a Variant Strain of SARS-CoV-2

Colorized scanning electron micrograph of chronically infected and partially lysed cells (green) infected with a variant strain of SARS-CoV-2 virus particles (blue), isolated from a patient sample.
Fungal Hyphae
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Fungal Hyphae

A visualization of potential bacterial associates (green) in fungal hyphae using fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH), performed in collaboration with the Center for Integrated Nanotechnologies.
Human Tumour Cells Invading a Collagen Matrix
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Human Tumour Cells Invading a Collagen Matrix

Image of human tumor cells invading a collagen matrix. The nuclei are stained in blue and the portion of the extracellular matrix degraded by the cells is red.
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