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    10 must see electron micrograph images -A section through human skin. The skin layers, from top to bottom, are the stratum corneum, composed of flattened, dead skin cells that form the surface of the skin. The dead cells from this layer are continuously being shed and replaced by cells from the living epidermal layer below (red). The lowest layer seen here is the dermis. In the middle, a sweat gland can be seen.

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SEM of Human Skin. The top layer of the epidermis is composed of flattened, dead skin cells that form the surface of the skin. The dead cells from this layer are continuously being shed and replaced by cells from the living epidermal layer below it (red). The lowest layer (not seen here) is the dermis. The skin is the body's largest organ, accounting for around 15% of the body's weight. © Eye of Science/Science Source #sem #micrograph #skin #medical #sciencephotos #stockimages #sciencesource

Seen here is the cells of the largest organ in the human body: the skin. This scanning electron micrograph shows the epidermis, which is the tough, outermost coating of the skin, formed by overlapping layers of dead skin cells that are continuously removed and replaced by the living cells underneath. (via)

Shed snake skin: represents wisdom, rebirth and transformation. Also sometimes used in dark works such as jinxing and crossing.

origen: natural / material: piel de serpiente / relieve: bajo / configuración: óvalos / orden: diagonal / saturación: densa / función: funcional

✿⊱╮B-cell.Las células beta son un tipo de célula del páncreas localizadas en los islotes de Langerhans. Sintetizan y segregan la insulina, una hormona que controla los niveles de glucosa en la sangre.

Red blood cells, Diffraction phase microscopy

Red blood cells manufactured from human embryonic stem cells

Red Blood Cells under a microscope. No wonder Cheerios are good for you. ha!

A wound. Red blood cells, neutrophils, macrophages and mast cells.