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Cortical Spontaneous Activity in Mice

The image shows cortical spontaneous activity at birth in a control mouse (left) and a mouse where retinal waves were blocked by carbenoxolone injection into the eye (right).
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Human Pancreatic Tumor

An image of a human pancreatic tumor. Cell nuclei are in blue; cell membranes are in red; proliferating cell nuclei are in cyan. Other colors highlight different kinds of immune cells and cells of connective tissue.
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Lymph Node Cross-Section

Image of a lymph node cross-section showing unconventional T cells (green) in the marginal sinus and in the interfollicular zone.
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Sky of the Brain

This image, titled Sky of the Brain, was the Under the Lens category winner in the 2022 Spotlight on Dementia research image competition.
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Patient-Derived Podocyte Kidney Cells

Image of patient-derived podocyte kidney cells repaired with novel baculovirus-vectored approach pioneered by the Berger team. Podocin (colored in green) is restored to the cell surface as in healthy podocytes.
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Human Spinal Nerve

Scanning electron micrograph of a human spinal root nerve showing the inner bundle of myelinated axons in cross-section. The entire nerve is about the diameter of a pencil lead.
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The Head of an Adult C. elegans Worm

This image shows the head of an adult C. elegans worm. An olfactory neuron expressing a particular type of odorrant receptor is shown in green.
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Nipah Virus Particles

A colorized transmission electron micrograph of mature extracellular Nipah Virus particles (red) near the periphery of an infected VERO cell (green).
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Human Breast Cancer Cell

A human breast cancer cell imaged with Turku Bioscience Center’s SDC-microscope. The cytoskeleton and adhesions (Components essential for cell migration) are shown in blue and orange.
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A Healthy Human T cell

Scanning electron micrograph of a human T lymphocyte (also called a T cell) from the immune system of a healthy donor.
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