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Investigating Craniofacial Development in Zebrafish
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Using CRISPR genome editing in zebrafish, scientists linked an undiagnosed human disease with a rare genetic mutation that causes craniofacial abnormalities.

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α-synuclein Deposits
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A microscopic image of mouse neurons to which patient-derived α-synuclein protein was administered.

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Mammary Gland Involution
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Once lactation stops, milk-producing "factories" in mammary glands are eliminated as part of a process called involution.

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Striatal Cholinergic Interneurons
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The picture shows striatal cholinergic interneurons (cell body in yellow) whose neurites (in red) make multiple connections to surrounding neurons.

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Rat Hippocampus
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This fluorescent photomicrograph shows astrocytes (green) and neurons (pink) in the dentate gyrus of rat hippocampus.

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Beta Cells in Mice
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Shown is a microscopic image of insulin-secreting beta cells (insulin is green) that were made from stem cells produced from the skin of a patient with Wolfram syndrome, then implanted into mice in an effort to reverse diabetes.

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Leukemia Cells in Bone Marrow
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CRISPR technology was used to identify genes that fuel leukemia growth, like those leukemia cells (green) pictured growing within the bone marrow.

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The Brain Area Controlling Binge Drinking in Mice
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A new study has pinpointed a particular system in a specific brain region that can be manipulated to reduce harmful binge drinking in mice.

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Rotavirus Particles
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This is a digitally-colorized transmission electron microscopic (TEM) image of rotavirus particles.

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Spinal Cord Calcium Channels
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This is an image of a spinal cord from a mouse where the Cav1.3 channels (a type of calcium channel) in the nerve cells glow green.

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