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Engineered Cell Attacking a Human Tumor Cell

An engineered HSC-iNKT cell (blue) attacking a human tumor cell.
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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.
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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).
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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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Pancreatic Ductal Adenocarcinoma Cells

Confocal microscopy image of a triple culture of pancreatic ductal adenocarcinoma (PDAC) cells, macrophages, and pancreatic stellate cells embed and growing within the engineered matrix.
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Mouse Small Intestine

A microscopic image of a normal mouse small intestine. Cells stained red express normal amounts of cell-surface tags (MHC-II) needed by immune cells to find threats like infections or cancer.
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Chemoresistant Colon Cancer Cells

This image shows chemoresistant SW480 colon cancer cells stained for lipid rafts (green), death receptor 4 (red) and cell nuclei (blue).
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Staining of Immune Tumor

Representative staining of the immune tumor microenvironment from a responder patient using imaging mass cytometry.
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Mammary Gland

This image shows a fluorescence stereo micrograph of a mouse mammary gland intraductally injected with normal human breast epithelial cells.
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Tertiary Lymphoid Structures in Sarcoma

This image shows a gene called OX40 marked in red, which is being expressed by T-cells, coloured magenta. Here, OX40 is associated with the tertiary lymphoid structures, which form local rally points for the immune system’s defense against the cancer
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