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Rare Cell Type in the Small Intestine
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Rare Cell Type in the Small Intestine

This image shows staining for CFTR and GUCA2B in the healthy human small intestinal epithelium.
Proliferating Prostate Cancer Organoids
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Proliferating Prostate Cancer Organoids

This image shows Cell Surface Stem Cell Marker (green), dividing cells (red) and DNA (blue).
Cell Division
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Cell Division

A montage of microscopic images that show the stages of the cell cycle, in which a single cell duplicates its DNA and eventually divides into two "daughter" cells. Staining shows the cell nucleus in blue, and the microtubules in red.
Emerging Intestinal Villi
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Emerging Intestinal Villi

This image shows emerging intestinal villi with green stem cells supporting their growth.
Mouse Chandelier Cells
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Mouse Chandelier Cells

This image shows a brain section of a two-week-old mouse pup with normal levels of chandelier cells in their visual cortex. The chandelier cells are shown in red and the sub-region of the visual cortex which processes visual information is shown in green.
Retinal Ganglion Cell
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Retinal Ganglion Cell

Example of retinal ganglion cells with axons and dendrites in the retina of a healthy eye.
Cancer Organoid
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Cancer Organoid

This is a cancer organoid.
Neurons Initiating the Nausea Response
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Neurons Initiating the Nausea Response

This image shows GLP1R neurons (red) that play a critical role in detecting toxins in blood vessels (green) and initiating the nausea response.
The Power of Glycans in Cancer Treatments
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The Power of Glycans in Cancer Treatments

This is a heavy layer of glycans, seen here in green, covering immune cells and providing a way to target cancer-specific markers in the body.
Enoxacin-Stimulated Adipocytes
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Enoxacin-Stimulated Adipocytes

A drug called enoxacin, originally developed to treat bacterial infections, has proved capable of boosting the metabolism and attenuating the weight gain induced by a fatty diet in tests with mice.

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