Neurons, In Vitro Color!

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    More Edinger-Westphal neurons in culture. Stained for Tubulin (green) and Synapsin (red). Of course, colocalization makes yellow. Imaged with a Zeiss Axioskop 2 FS Plus equipped with a Zeiss Axiocam HRm. 100x total magnification.

    opacity, colemama, Aḥmad, and 53 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. 79 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called The Art of Science, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    2. Aḥmad 77 months ago | reply

      Wow, so beautiful. Thank you for sharing.

    3. thelunch_box 77 months ago | reply

      Thanks kasi and nyxyn! I'm glad you guys are liking this one so much!

    4. adijr 75 months ago | reply

      How very cool! My gf does these types of cultures sometimes in her lab - awesome that you could share it!

      i've started a group that gathers all kinds of weird photo techniques Experimental Photography Techniques - and this could surely qualify. I hope for people to also contribute tutorials and discussion, I'm sure this would be unique (although outside anyone's budget to gather the apparatus and grow or buy the cultures :) )

    5. VisualsU 64 months ago | reply

      Congratulations, you have received an invite to contribute to Visuals Unlimited - A leading provider of Science and Nature Stock Imagery! If you wish your photo to be seen by our photo editors, please add your photo to the VU group , where you can find details on representation. Hope to see you there!

    6. voxel123 57 months ago | reply

      hi, this is a simply beautiful image!
      it tempted me to do a 2d to 3d conversion which can be seen here:

    7. sarah.weckhuysen 10 months ago | reply

      I truly love this picture. I'm a scientist myself, working on neurological diseases, and I'm defending my PhD in a few weeks. Would you mind if I use the picture as a background on the invitation I will send around to my friends? Would you maybe want to share the original (higher resolution) with me? Thanks! Sarah

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