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Biodegradable Gel Encapsulating T-Cell Activating Platelets

A high-magnification image of hydrogel (in blue) encapsulating T cell-activating platelets (in red) and nanoparticles that release a drug to inhibit tumor-boosting cells (in green).
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Colon Cancer Cells

A multi-color image of colon tissue. Single cell nuclei are visible in blue. Colon cancer cells are highlighted in green. The cells infiltrate the organ lining and the muscle layers (red), ultimately leading to cancer cell migration into other organs.
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Molecule Related to Alcohol Dependence and Withdrawal

This image shows a group of brain cells (green) expressing a molecule related to alcohol dependence and withdrawal in the mouse central amygdala.
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ART1 Expression in Tumor Tissue

This image shows expression of mono–adenosine 5′-diphosphate-ribosyltransferase 1 (ART1, cyan) on a human non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) tumor specimen (nuclei are shown in blue).
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Metastatic Tumor Cells

This image shows metastatic tumor cells.
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Astrocytes

Confocal fluorescence microscope image of astrocytes (magenta) and their cell nuclei (yellow) in the mouse brain.
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Metastasis in a Mouse Brain

Image of metastasis in a mouse brain. In green, tumor cells that remain "hidden" after surgery act as potential seeds for recurrence of metastasis.
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Acne Lesion

Microscopic image of an inflamed pimple with cathelicidin stained red, fat cells stained green and the nuclei of every cell stained blue.
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Mouse Pancreatic Tissue

This image shows a cross-section of mouse pancreatic tumor tissue.
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CA1 Pyramidal Neuron

Microscopic fluorescence lifetime image of a CA1 pyramidal neuron in the hippocampus of a mouse. The neuron was filled with the sodium-sensitive indicator ING-2 using a so-called patch pipette.
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