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Macrophages - Darren Brown http://www.jounderhill.com/artist-in-residence.html#

Macrophages - Darren Brown http://www.jounderhill.com/artist-in-residence.html#

Human breast epithelial cells stained for basal cells (red), luminal cells (blue), and double-stranded DNA damage marker (green). Therapeutic focus: Breast cancer. Image of stained cells taken by #GEHealthcare’s INCell Analyzer system.

Human breast epithelial cells stained for basal cells (red), luminal cells (blue), and double-stranded DNA damage marker (green). Image of stained cells taken by INCell Analyzer system.

Dendritic cell - my favorite leukocyte

World Map Ref - Dendritic Cell

Expressions fluorescence microscopy is deconvolution techniques and errors in a total internal.

Image of fluorescent microscopy of a stromatolite

Beautiful Science #2 : 50 images scientifiques extraordinaires, le voyage continue ! ~ Sweet Random Science

Place, Dr Michael John Bridge HSC Core Research Facilities - Cell Imaging Lab, University of Utah Eye organ of a Drosophila melanogaster (fruit fly) third-instar larvae

Vascular smooth muscle cells differentiated from human embryonic stem cells stained for DNA (blue) and the smooth muscle markers Smoothelin (red) and Caldesmon  (green).

Vascular smooth muscle cells differentiated from human embryonic stem cells stained for DNA (blue) and the smooth muscle markers Smoothelin (red) and Caldesmon (green) - Leslie Caron - GENEA, Australia

Photo of a crystal.  "This photograph captures a range of film thicknesses in one optical micrograph - from 0nm to 130nm thick - and shows how crystal morphology changes from rods in thin films to spherulites in thicker ones, with a secondary morphology that appears in the thickest films. The colors are the result of thin film interference effects. The underlying substrate is purple, and the thinnest portion of the film is blue, which then fades through the rainbow as the HBC film thickness…

Marvel at the most beautiful scientific images of the year

Crystal Rainbow by Jessica Saylors, Anna Hiszpanski, and Lynn Loo

Histopathology Lung--Measles pneumonia

Histopathology Lung--Measles pneumonia

The crystal structures in this image were formed when the material was placed under high temperature and pressure.

Crystal structures in a piezo electric material from Lucy Carty

microscopic cells

frontal-cortex: Microscopy of chicken cells using nano-crystals of a fluorescent dye. Cell nuclei exhibit blue fluorescence while neurofilaments exhibit green.

Nerve Cell

A cluster of a special type of nerve cells called cerebellar granule cells, growing in culture. These cells naturally gather together, and when placed in a culture dish covered in a particular.

Rat Neuron.

After 100 Years, Understanding the Electrical Role of Dendritic Spines

Manipulated image of macrophage eating silicone balls http://www.jounderhill.com/artist-in-residence.html#

Manipulated image of macrophage eating silicone balls http://www.jounderhill.com/artist-in-residence.html#

Immune cell montage by Darren Brown http://www.jounderhill.com/artist-in-residence.html#

Immune cell montage by Darren Brown http://www.jounderhill.com/artist-in-residence.html#

MAP2 neuron from mouse ES cells. Therapeutic focus: Toxicology. Image of stained cells taken by #GEHealthcare’s IN Cell Analyzer system. GE’s Cell Imaging technologies can provide researchers with valuable and detailed information about specific reactions within a living cell, helping to increase our understanding of disease and accelerate the development of new medicines and diagnostic tests.

MAP2 neuron from mouse ES cells. Therapeutic focus: Toxicology. Image of stained cells taken by #GEHealthcare’s IN Cell Analyzer system. GE’s Cell Imaging technologies can provide researchers with valuable and detailed information about specific reactions within a living cell, helping to increase our understanding of disease and accelerate the development of new medicines and diagnostic tests.

Sperm stained for DNA (blue) and membrane (green). Therapeutic focus:  Male Fertility. Image of stained cells taken by #GEHealthcare’s IN Cell Analyzer system. GE’s Cell Imaging technologies can provide researchers with valuable and detailed information about specific reactions within a living cell, helping to increase our understanding of disease and accelerate the development of new medicines and diagnostic tests.

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