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Convergent synapses of interneurons on a dendrite.  Diverse vesicles types are present.  The synapse at 6 o'clock on the dendrite illustrate...

Convergent synapses of interneurons on a dendrite. Diverse vesicles types are present. The synapse at 6 o'clock on the dendrite illustrate...

Twelve pieces from the “Art of Science: Images From the Institute for Genomic Biology” exhibition are on display at Midway Airport in Chicago. Among the images on display: Human colorectal cancer cells, ELYRA superresolution microscope, Vladimir Kolossov (Rex Gaskins Lab). The images are expected to be on display over the next year. | Photo courtesy Institute for Genomic Biology

Twelve pieces from the “Art of Science: Images From the Institute for Genomic Biology” exhibition are on display at Midway Airport in Chicago. Among the images on display: Human colorectal cancer cells, ELYRA superresolution microscope, Vladimir Kolossov (Rex Gaskins Lab). The images are expected to be on display over the next year. | Photo courtesy Institute for Genomic Biology

Section of a hippocampus imaged with Zeiss LSM 50 confocal microscope with a 40X C-Apochromat water-immersion objective lens (N.A. value 1.2, working distance 220 microns) at 62x magnification. Brain slices were fixed in 4% paraformaldehyde, immunolabeled, and then cleared in FocusClear.

Section of a hippocampus imaged with Zeiss LSM 50 confocal microscope with a 40X C-Apochromat water-immersion objective lens (N.A. value 1.2, working distance 220 microns) at 62x magnification. Brain slices were fixed in 4% paraformaldehyde, immunolabeled, and then cleared in FocusClear.

Granulocytic white blood cells (neutrophil), T-lymphocytes, and a red blood cell (erythrocyte).

Granulocytic white blood cells (neutrophil), T-lymphocytes, and a red blood cell (erythrocyte).

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