Contact: Leigh MacMillan
Vanderbilt University Medical Center
Caption: S. aureus causes profound changes in bone remodeling during infection. James Cassat, M.D., Ph.D., and colleagues developed micro-CT imaging methods to view the infected mouse femur (gray) and to quantitate and view bone formation (green) and bone destruction (yellow).
Credit: (Image courtesy of James Cassat/Vanderbilt University)
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