In this image of the face of a Xenopus laevis (frog) embryo, the central nervous system is normally developed.
This is a microscopy image of a sample from a tuberculosis (TB)-infected human lung, with surrounding immune cells.
This is a scanning electron microscopy image of the surface of a frozen daisy with pollen, colored in Photoshop.
This is a scanning electron microscope image of Streptococcus pyogenes (pink), a species of bacteria that can cause the illness “strep throat”.
This image shows the cell layer that forms the blood-brain barrier, which physically separates the fruit fly brain from the circulation.
These are images of fruit flies' brains (top), eyes, wings and lymph glands, showing which genes are active (red) or were previously active (green).
This is a colorized transmission electron micrograph of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome virus particles found near the periphery of an infected VERO E6 cell.
This image shows the olfactory projection neurons (red) of a Drosophila fly, visible against the outline of the brain.
In this image, an unstable plaque builds up inside the aorta of a mouse on a high-protein diet.
When a resting immune cell that is latently infected with HIV gets reactivated, the cell starts producing HIV virions that bud and release from the cell.
News Feb 21, 2020