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Glioma Cells

Credit: Shawn Gillespie, Monje Laboratory, Stanford Medicine

Diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma (DIPG) is a rare, deadly childhood brain cancer. Here, a confocal micrograph shows DIPG cells, grown from patient cells, in culture. The cells are expressing several proteins, including: DAPI (blue, in the cell nuclei); vimentin (red, a protein marker of neural stem/precursor cells and glioma cells); and Nestin (green, also a protein marker of neural stem/precursor cells and glioma cells).


Glioma Cells

Credit: Shawn Gillespie, Monje Laboratory, Stanford Medicine
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