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Sweet-Toothed Cells
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Inside the ovary of the fruit fly, sex cells divide, multiply and grow to become mature eggs. A new study shows that this normal physiological process causes female fruit flies to develop a preference for sugar.

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Lung Cancer on a Chip
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Lung cancer cells (green) grow within healthy lung tissue (red) in the lung cancer chip, used to model and study how tumors grow.

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Rainbow Brain
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A computer-generated multi-color image of a brain based on data from magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).

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Fly Glial Cells With Extra Genome Copies
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These images show glial cells of the optic chiasm in the adult fly brain that have accumulated extra genome copies.

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Nematode Worm Nerve Cells Fusing Together
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In the study during which this image was taken, nematode worms were engineered to express fusogens in their neurons. These nerve cells fused together, causing behavioral impairments.

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Peripheral Sensory Neuron
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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).

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Mitochondria and Cell Fate
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In these images, we can see human progenitor cells with their DNA-containing nucleus colored red after division and their mitochondria labeled in green.

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Taste Buds
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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.

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tdTomato Expression in Nodose Neurons
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This image shows tdTomato (red) expression in nodose sensory nerve cells expressing P2X2.

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Zooming In: Honeybee Wing
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Pseudocolorized, non-coated scanning electron micrograph of foraging Giant Asian honeybee wing regions.

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