Swine flu virus particles budding from the surface of a cell.
Warp knitted curtain fabric.
A newborn mouse cochlea (purple) grown in cell culture, and neurons (orange) that send information from the cochlea to the brain.
Molecular analysis of normal mouse urothelial organoids using immunofluorescence.
MSU researchers have found a gender-distinct neuronal circuit for depression.
This image shows a hydroid, or "water animal" collected from a kelp sample.
This image shows a rotifer (Floscularia ringens) feeding by rapidly beating its cilia (hair-like structures).
An infected dendritic cell reveals numerous viral particles of HIV at the tips of filopodia (projections of the cell membrane).
Goniastrea is a genus of underwater stony corals possessing autofluorescence.
This image of dyed human hair was achieved using darkfield microscopy.
News Feb 21, 2020