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NT-MDT S.I. May 16
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analytica May 10
A Boy and His Atom – the smallest ever made. It was created using individual and a scanning tunneling microscope (STM).
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EMBL 11h
Leukaemia cells on a resin section, detected automatically using SerialEM and py-EM. Tools for automated acquisition of EM data: 📸: Martin Schorb / EMBL
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Anas Nasir May 13
This image is from a bone marrow aspirate of a patient with myeloma. What is the large cell?
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RaquelSG May 17
Any ideas for cool / experiments to teach kids? (3rd grade/8 years old)??
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The Scientific Reaction May 15
Would you eat this cheese made with living mites?? 🤮🤢
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My Microscopic World May 16
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Rajas Shah May 15
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Nanolive May 16
Go check our new video and blogpost about an incredible mitosis in mesenchymal stem cells! It is now up! Follow the link here:
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Dustin Revell May 15
Back from vacation, so how about some macrophage imaging to kick things off? Look at those pseudopodia go!
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Vittoria Catara May 15
Every year practice starts with and isolation in colture
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Rafiq Malik 17h
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Eskdale Restoration May 10
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Heisenberg Lab May 10
Check out our latest paper with and ! In zebrafish oocytes, ooplasmic streaming leads to the segregation of ooplasm from yolk granules along the animal-vegetal axis of the oocyte. 1/5
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My Microscopic World May 17
Freshwater known as carrying egg sacks. If you look closely you can see that Its entire body is covered in single celled organisms.
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Nanolive May 17
Any plans for this summer? Why not sign up to our summer school? Learn about "Practical Holotomographic Microscopy for Live Cell Imaging". You can get all the information and how to sign up here:
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AlessandraCambi May 17
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David Riglar May 16
Very excited to be starting the Riglar lab at London next month as a Sir Henry Dale Fellow. I will be studying the gut using and .
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Microscopy May 17
"Crystals of influenza virus neuraminidase isolated from terns." By Julie Macklin and Dr. Graeme Laver, Australian National University Canberra
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MBARI May 15
RT : The dance of seduction for the host. Cercaria larva of a parasitic (Opechona bacillaris). Dark field . From Bay of Santander.
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