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Dylan Burnette May 20
The powerhouses of the cell, mitochondria, doing what they do.
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Dylan Burnette 2h
Removing and rebuilding the actin filament cytoskeleton in a neuronal growth cone using a drug.
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Matt Tyska Apr 19
We don’t always image dividing cells, but when we do...
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Matt Tyska 11h
Wait a sec, you’re telling microvilli are motile? Yup!
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International Keloid & Scar Treatment Center 15h
AMAZING 3-D images.
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Dylan Burnette May 13
Mitochondria (blue) and DNA (green) in a melanoma cell as seen through a microscope.
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Dylan Burnette May 15
DNA in one nucleus. DNA in three nuclei. Tada! is like magic... ...only real.
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Hashem Al-Ghaili 13h
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Jemima Burden Feb 11
Calling all enthusiasts ! Can anyone help me identify these structures? Pls RT if you don't know, so perhaps we can find someone who does? 1um scale bar
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Dylan Burnette May 10
TAKE IT TO THE MAX? How you display your 3D microscopy data determines what your audience can see. Example: A maximum projection shows the assembly of the entire Golgi after mitosis (left). A single Z plane shows nucleolus assembly (right).
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Matt Tyska Apr 22
Can a cell have too many filopodia? We don’t think so.
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Silvia Bocca Mar 3
I will join today the sharing some of my inspired in microscopic stained cells
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Hashem Al-Ghaili Jan 28
Fat cells converted into stem cells can repair any damaged tissues.
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Maresca Lab Apr 18
Our latest work is now live on . Beautiful imaging of branching MT nucleation in dividing cells. Congrats Vikash! , ,
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Fred Santana Feb 21
Been keeping busy with PhD interviews and lab work so it’s been a while since I posted anything. Here is a funky HEK293T cell I imaged today. :D
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Micro Pictures May 2
Section of the cerebellum (in a brain) stained for Purkinje cells (red) and nuclei (blue)! 🔎40x (objective lens magnification) 🔬Confocal 📷Dr. Marc Leushacke
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CU Anschutz Medical Campus May 17
. researchers have discovered a new disease that gives insight into human cell biology |
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Zachary Freyberg May 2
Very grateful to have had the opportunity to speak at this year’s 2019 Pittsburgh Local Traffic meeting! It’s been a terrific meeting!
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Christian Lamberz, PhD Apr 30
3D of in cultured . I aquired the of plastic using a JEM2200 FS, reconstructed the volume using , and rendered using .
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PromoCell 12h
Meet PromoCell: Kevin Dunn and Åse Erlandsson are here to meet you at Booth#33 of the ELRIG meeting. Details on our reliable cell analyis kits, cell metabolism assays and 3D here:
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