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Biodegradable Gel Encapsulating T-Cell Activating Platelets

A high-magnification image of hydrogel (in blue) encapsulating T cell-activating platelets (in red) and nanoparticles that release a drug to inhibit tumor-boosting cells (in green).
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Human Sebaceous Gland

This image shows the gene HSD3B1 (red) within a human sebaceous gland, cell nuclei (blue) and lipid droplets (black circular areas).
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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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Medulloblastoma in the Mouse Cerebellum

This image is a high-power microscope view showing human MYC-amplified medulloblastoma ( large, pale blue cells at bottom) growing in the mouse cerebellum.
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Mammary Tissue Cells

Mammary tissue is made up of a variety of cells, including epithelial (pink), immune (cyan), and fat (black) cells visible in this cross-section of a mouse mammary gland.
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Mantis Shrimp Larvae

This image shows a Gonodactylaceus falcatus larva with scale bar.
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Protein Assembly

New Army-funded synthetic biologic research manipulate micro-compartments in cells, potentially enabling bio-manufacturing advances for medicine, protective equipment, and engineering applications.
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