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Human Sebaceous Gland
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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).
Chemoresistant Colon Cancer Cells
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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).
Staining of Immune Tumor
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Staining of Immune Tumor

Representative staining of the immune tumor microenvironment from a responder patient using imaging mass cytometry.
Mammary Gland
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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.
Tertiary Lymphoid Structures in Sarcoma
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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
Medulloblastoma in the Mouse Cerebellum
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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.
Mammary Tissue Cells
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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.
Mantis Shrimp Larvae
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Mantis Shrimp Larvae

This image shows a Gonodactylaceus falcatus larva with scale bar.
Protein Assembly
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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.
Cell Death and Proliferation
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Cell Death and Proliferation

This picture shows the wing imaginal disc of fruit fly. Green cells are live and proliferating cells that express an oncogene Src. Magenta cells are dying cells due to Src expression. Thus, Src promotes proliferation (green) and cell death (magenta) simultaneously.
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