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Scanning Electron Micrograph of Brush Border

Scanning Electron Micrograph of Brush Border
Thousands of finger-like projections form a 'brush border' on the surfaces of cultured epithelial cells. In the intestines, the brush border is responsible for absorbing nutrients and defending ...

Contact: Leigh MacMillan
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Vanderbilt University Medical Center

Carbon Dioxide to Methanol

Carbon Dioxide to Methanol
This shows the pathway proposed by researchers to turn carbon dioxide into methanol.

Contact: Sean Nealon
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University of California - Riverside

Harlequin Frog (<i>Atelopus macho</i>)

Harlequin Frog (Atelopus macho)
This is the harlequin frog from Costa Rica.

Contact: Andrew Gould
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University of Plymouth

Tubular Features in 15 Million-year-old Impact Glass from the Ries Impact Structure, Germany

Tubular Features in 15 Million-year-old Impact Glass from the Ries Impact Structure, Germany
This shows tubular features in 15 million-year-old impact glass from the Ries Impact Structure, Germany. See related article by H.M Sapers et al., Contact: Kea Giles
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Geological Society of America

Abnormal HPV 'Looping' Damages Host-Cell DNA

Abnormal HPV 'Looping' Damages Host-Cell DNA
Abnormal HPV "looping" results in extraordinary damage to host chromosomes at sites of human papillomavirus DNA insertion, according to a recent study that utilized whole-genome sequencing and the ...

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Ohio Supercomputer Center

HPV Looping in Human Cancers

HPV Looping in Human Cancers
This illustration depicts how cancer-causing genes or disrupting cancer-suppressing genes can be amplified or disrupted when human papillomavirus is inserted into human DNA. This havoc creates ...

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Ohio Supercomputer Center

<i>Schistosoma mansoni</i>

Schistosoma mansoni
This is a Schistosoma in its larval stage of life.

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Tufts University, Health Sciences Campus

Oscillations

Oscillations
This shows 20-40 Hz oscillations when well-trained rats were sampling odor cues (arrow). In lateral entorhinal cortex (LEC, top), which relays signals from olfactory sensory areas to the hippocampus, ...

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Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Synchronization

Synchronization
This shows degrees of synchronization in oscillatory activities (coherence) between two brain regions of well-trained rats are color-coded in these figures. Top: This shows synchronization between ...

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Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Active Droplets

Active Droplets
This shows active droplets.

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International School of Advanced Studies (SISSA)

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