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Here the “Confetti” gene is transiently activated in all liver cells in a mouse ~4 weeks of age. As a result, each cell independently recombines the “Confetti” gene toward one of four fluorescent proteins. Image was taken after 2 months tracing with a Leica SP5 microscope; 10x objective.

Here the “Confetti” gene is transiently activated in all liver cells in a mouse ~4 weeks of age. As a result, each cell independently recombines the “Confetti” gene toward one of four fluorescent proteins. Image was taken after 2 months tracing with a Leica SP5 microscope; 10x objective.

Confocal Image of Nerves, Vessels and Neuropeptides in and Around the Stem Cell/Bulge Region of a Human Anagen Scalp Hair Follicle (200X mag)  Ericson Research Details - Center for Drug Design - University of Minnesota

Confocal Image of Nerves, Vessels and Neuropeptides in and Around the Stem Cell/Bulge Region of a Human Anagen Scalp Hair Follicle mag) Ericson Research Details - Center for Drug Design - University of Minnesota

Purkinje nerve cells in the cerebellum

Triple fluorescent labeled section; Purkinje neurons are labeled green, the glia are labeled blue and cell nuclei are labeled red.

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"Fruit fly embryo, Here, the colors represent gene expression and the bands correspond to the developing structure of the future adult fly. Three proteins labeled in red, blue and green divide the embryo into specific compartments.

Light micrograph (LM) of a section through grey matter in the brain, showing human nerve cells (neurones). The nerve cells consist of cell bodies (black) with large fibrous axon nerve processes leading off from them.

A section through grey matter in the brain, showing human nerve cells (neurons). The nerve cells consist of cell bodies (black) with large fibrous axon nerve processes leading off from them.

Micrograph of a section through the brain's cerebellum showing the laminar arrangement of the tissues. The cerebellar cortex is is composed of two zones, an outer molecular layer (green) and an inner granular layer (brown). These layers, composing the grey matter, are arranged around the highly folded central core of the cerebellum, the white matter (dark green), which contains densely-packed nerve fibers.  ©IScience Source  #brain #nerves  #neurons #sciencephotos #stockimages #ScienceSource

SD3666: Brain tissue

Micrograph of a section through the brain's cerebellum showing the laminar arrangement of the tissues. The cerebellar cortex is is composed of two zones, an outer molecular layer (green) and an inner granular layer (brown). These layers, composing the grey matter, are arranged around the highly folded central core of the cerebellum, the white matter (dark green), which contains densely-packed nerve fibers. ©IScience Source #brain #nerves #neurons #sciencephotos #stockimages #ScienceSource

Swine Flu Virus

Swine flue is caused by various swine viruses and also known as novel influenza A Every year many people suffer with swine flu.

A cross section of a bamboo stem, showing the vascular tissue used to move water and nutrients through the plant.

A cross section of a bamboo stem, showing the vascular tissue used to move water and nutrients through the plant. Jim Haseloff Department of Plant Sciences, University of Cambridge Cambridge, UK.

50 images scientifiques extraordinaires, le voyage continue ! ~ Sweet Random Science

Jess Brooks, Esteban Engel, and Lynn Enquist. Kidney monkey cells infected with a herpes virus. The cells express colors which makes it easier for scientists to identify individual neurons and the circuits they form.

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