I love science.....lmao! @ashley plank
This image shows Telophase HeLa, a line of immortal cells. Cells expressing Aurora B-EGFP (green). The HeLa cell is so interesting! Upon research I did, the cell got its name from Henrietta Lacks (1951). She was being treated for cancer, cervix cancer more specifically. She passed a few months after diagnosis and her abnormal cells were kept. Culture lab tests found that this cell kept dividing. They categorized this line of cells as "immortal" because of their prolific ability. LOVE THIS.
The normal histology of the nasal turbinate includes a dense network of large and irregularly shaped veins. These veins essentially function as erectile tissue. They are invested with a thick muscular wall that regulates blood flow to the nasal mucosa for swift adjustments of mucosal temperature and nasal secretions. Without an appreciation for this normal histology, this specialized vascular network is easily mistaken for a benign vascular neoplas
I ♥ histology
Electron Microscope Images ♥ I love the small things in life! @Kylie Rogers this is what I was talking about today!