Contact: Kim Bland, Ph.D.
Stowers Institute for Medical Research
Caption: Isolated planarian pharynx: two tissue types in this digestive organ are shown. In red, cilia of the epithelial layer ensheathing the organ are labeled with an antibody against acetylated tubulin. In green, the complex longitudinal and circular muscle fibers are shown as labeled by the anti-myosin heavy chain antibody Tmus-13.
Credit: Image courtesy of Carrie Adler, Ph.D., Stowers Institute for Medical Research
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