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Peripheral Sensory Neuron
Confocal micrograph of a peripheral sensory neuron in culture. Marker stains and antibodies are used to identify neurons (red), c-Fos protein (green) and nuclei (blue).
Mitochondria and Cell Fate
In these images, we can see human progenitor cells with their DNA-containing nucleus colored red after division and their mitochondria labeled in green.
This image shows fungiform taste papillae or “taste buds”, small structures or "bumps" found on the upper surface of the front two thirds of the tongue.
tdTomato Expression in Nodose Neurons
This image shows tdTomato (red) expression in nodose sensory nerve cells expressing P2X2.
Zooming In: Honeybee Wing
Pseudocolorized, non-coated scanning electron micrograph of foraging Giant Asian honeybee wing regions.
Modeling Osteoporosis in Fish
On the left are two healthy vertebral bodies in the spine of a medaka fish. The bone matrix (green) is normally mineralized and surrounded by bone-forming cells (magenta). On the right, we can see the situation in an osteoporotic fish.
Cultured Human Neuron
A colorized scanning electron micrograph of a cultured human neuron.
This image was taken in relation to a study in which a new method for identifying strains of bacteria and guessing their resistance to antibiotics used an AI model to analyze their growth dynamics in culture.
This is a microscopic image of spores of Tuber luomae, a truffle species recently described by Oregon State University researchers.
Studying Fibroblast Morphology
This image shows the morphology of a fibroblast with no actomyosin contractility.