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APC Ceta Catenin Colon

APC Ceta Catenin Colon
This is mouse colon tissue stained for APC (red), b-catenin (green), and nuclei (blue).

Contact: Brendan M. Lynch
blynch@ku.edu
785-864-8855
University of Kansas

After Nerve Root Avulsion

After Nerve Root Avulsion
This image represents five weeks after L4 nerve root avulsion with preconditioning crush 1 week prior to avulsion, the expression of 27 kDa heat shock protein is stronger than that in the avulsion-...

Contact: Meng Zhao
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Neural Regeneration Research

Hippocampal Neurons, Staining

Hippocampal Neurons, Staining
This immunofluorescence staining showed hippocampal neurons under Aβ-exposed conditions presented with necrosis and neural network damage.

Contact: Meng Zhao
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Neural Regeneration Research

Hot-Spring Bacteria Reveal Ability to Use Far-Red Light for Photosynthesis

Hot-Spring Bacteria Reveal Ability to Use Far-Red Light for Photosynthesis
This photo shows the colors of the Leptolyngbya sp. strain of cyanobacteria cells (JSC-1) collected from a hot spring near Yellowstone National Park by Donald A. Bryant when grown in white fluorescent...

Contact: Barbara K. Kennedy
science@psu.edu
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Penn State

LaDuke Hot Spring in Gardiner, Montana

LaDuke Hot Spring in Gardiner, Montana
This image shows LaDuke hot spring in Gardiner, Montana, along the Yellowstone River, near Yellowstone National Park. The images show the rich mat community of chlorophototrophic bacteria that grow ...

Contact: Barbara K. Kennedy
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Penn State

Benthic Microbial Mat Community

Benthic Microbial Mat Community
This is a close view of a benthic microbial mat community at the LaDuke hot spring in Gardiner, Montana near Yellowstone National Park, showing cyanobacteria and other chlorophototrophic bacteria.

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Penn State

3-D Printer Produced 'Beads'

3-D Printer Produced 'Beads'
Three-D printer-produced "beads" containing antibacterial or cancer-fighting compounds are shown.

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Louisiana Tech University

Model Can Simulate Polyelectrolyte Systems, Such As RNA, DNA

Model Can Simulate Polyelectrolyte Systems, Such As RNA, DNA
Researchers from North Carolina State University have developed a novel and versatile modeling strategy to simulate polyelectrolyte systems. The model has applications for creating new materials as ...

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North Carolina State University

Organic Matter

Organic Matter
Terrestrial organic matter is shown spilling into a lake.

Contact: Byron Crump
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Oregon State University

The Largest Ozone Hole over Antarctica in 2006

The Largest Ozone Hole over Antarctica in 2006
Satellites observed the largest ozone hole over Antarctica in 2006. Purple and blue represent areas of low ozone concentrations in the atmosphere; yellow and red are areas of higher concentrations.

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NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center

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