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). Image of stained cells taken by INCell Analyzer system.
World Map Ref - Dendritic Cell
Image of fluorescent microscopy of a stromatolite
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) - Leslie Caron - GENEA, Australia
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Crystal Rainbow by Jessica Saylors, Anna Hiszpanski, and Lynn Loo
Crystal structures in a piezo electric material from Lucy Carty
frontal-cortex: Microscopy of chicken cells using nano-crystals of a fluorescent dye. Cell nuclei exhibit blue fluorescence while neurofilaments exhibit green.
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.
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#
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.
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