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T Cells Inducing Cyst Formation in Breast Cancer

An image showing T cells (yellow) inducing cyst formation in breast cancer (green), which prevents the cancer cells from proliferating (Ki67 as the marker of cell proliferation, red).
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Gut Cells at Different Stages of Erebosis

An image showing the loss of fluorescent proteins such as GFP and RFP during erebosis.
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Human Mesenchymal Stem Cells

This image shows the actin cytoskeleton of human mesenchymal stem cells (purple) and 2D covalent organic framework (COF) nanoparticles (green).
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Ionocytes in Salivary Glands

An image of genetically labeled epithelial FGF10-expressing ionocytes (red) in direct contact with contractile myoepithelial cells (green), which release saliva from the ducts (nuclei shown in blue).
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Colon Cancer Cells

A multi-color image of colon tissue. Single cell nuclei are visible in blue. Colon cancer cells are highlighted in green. The cells infiltrate the organ lining and the muscle layers (red), ultimately leading to cancer cell migration into other organs.
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Molecule Related to Alcohol Dependence and Withdrawal

This image shows a group of brain cells (green) expressing a molecule related to alcohol dependence and withdrawal in the mouse central amygdala.
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ART1 Expression in Tumor Tissue

This image shows expression of mono–adenosine 5′-diphosphate-ribosyltransferase 1 (ART1, cyan) on a human non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) tumor specimen (nuclei are shown in blue).
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Metastatic Tumor Cells

This image shows metastatic tumor cells.
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Astrocytes

Confocal fluorescence microscope image of astrocytes (magenta) and their cell nuclei (yellow) in the mouse brain.
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Metastasis in a Mouse Brain

Image of metastasis in a mouse brain. In green, tumor cells that remain "hidden" after surgery act as potential seeds for recurrence of metastasis.
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