Excitatory and inhibitory neurons are shown in this microscopic image of a mouse's brain.
This image shows a spittlebug nymph encased in its “bubble house”.
This image shows a tulip bud cross-section.
A white blood cell is seen trying to engulf a Janus particle.
These are transplanted inhibitory neurons (green) successfully incorporated into the hippocampus of a mouse with traumatic brain injury.
This image shows a pair of ovaries from an adult Drosophila female.
Tapeworm stem cells drive growth and regeneration.
This image shows neuron growth and some of the proteins and organelles present.
A digitally processed micrograph of mouse skin and hair follicles, with DNA damage.
Particles of Lassa virus (Josiah strain) budding from cells.
News Feb 18, 2020