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Kerryann1 - Jim Haseloff P2 350.jpg

 
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HIB08 - Beverly Glover P2 350.jpg

 
Neurondifferentiation-vectorp1513Field04_Maximumintensityprojectionsplit no GFP 350.jpg

 
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by Arkadyevna (Histopath stains) 885x432.jpg

 
Salvia 350 - Plants teaser 250px.jpg

 
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Neurondifferentiation-vectorp1513Field11b - Pathology teaser 250px.tif

 
Automated reconstruction of cell shapes and trajectories during development of the zebrafish brain reveals new morphogenetic mechanisms 250px

Automated reconstruction of cell shapes and trajectories during development of the zebrafish brain reveals new morphogenetic mechanisms

Confocal image of the visual system of the adult fruit fly 250px

Immunocytochemical staining for 'zebrin' in Purkinje cells identifies a functional zone within the cerebellum. Cerebellar cortex is divided into stripe-like zones where the Purkinje cells that either express or do not express 'zebrin': these are the functional units of the cerebellum, each zone controlling a specific action

fluorescently labelled Kiss1 neurons in the hypothalamus of transgenic mice 250px

Fluorescently labelled Kiss1 neurons in the hypothalamus of transgenic mice

juxtacellularly labelled cerebellar Golgi cell 250px

A juxtacellularly labelled cerebellar Golgi cell: this approach allows morphological analysis of neurons after electrophysiological analysis.

Schematic illustration of traction force microscopy used to measure forces actively exerted by neurons 250px

Schematic illustration of traction force microscopy used to measure forces actively exerted by neurons.

Immunocytochemical staining for 'zebrin' in Purkinje cells 250px

Immunocytochemical staining for 'zebrin' in Purkinje cells identifies a functional zone within the cerebellum. Cerebellar cortex is divided into stripe-like zones where the Purkinje cells that either express or do not express 'zebrin': these are the functional units of the cerebellum, each zone controlling a specific action

Chibawanye Ene

 
Fernan Federici

 
TEM of a Bacillus megaterium QM B1551 spore

 
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teaser BIB

 
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