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A Kupfer Cell
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A Kupfer cell (macrophage) in the liver imaged by scanning electron microscopy.

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Creating Protein Patterns
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The technique could help engineer polluted water filter and human tissues.

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Fat cells (red) and blood vessels (green).
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Fat cells store and release energy, protect organs and nerve tissues, insulate us from the cold and help us absorb important vitamins.

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6 Day Old Embryo
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Scanning electron micrograph of a 6 day old human embryo beginning to implant into the lining of the uterus (endometrium).

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Cerebellar Cortex of a Rat
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This image shows the cerebellar cortex of a rat which has been triple stained to show the cortical DNA (blue), membrane-bound IP3 receptors (green) and glial cells (red). Using multiphoton microscopy, researchers were able to create large-scale high resolution brain maps of protein expression.

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Drosophila - more commonly known as fruit fly.
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A colorized, scanning electron micrograph of a Drosophila melanogaster, also known as the fruit fly.

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Human Embryo, With Some Remaining Sperm Cells
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A confocal micrograph of a human embryo, with some remaining sperm cells, about five days after fertilization.

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Drug-resistant Breast Cancer Cells
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Drug-resistant breast cancer cells surrounded by non-resistant cells.

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Mitotic Spindle in a Dividing Cell
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Confocal image of a mitotic spindle in a dividing cell.

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