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Images Dated 15th January 2007

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open-uri20120929-17044-f5fkp0 Featured 15 Jan 2007 Print

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2007 Vodafone McLaren Mercedes MP4-22 Launch.
Cuidad de las Artes y las Ciencias.
Valencia, Spain. 15th January 2006
Launch of the 2007 Vodafone McLaren Mercedes MP4-22.
World Copyright: LAT Photographic
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Tea For Two - song from the American musical comedy No No Nanette, music by Vincent Youmans Featured 15 Jan 2007 Print

Tea For Two - song from the American musical comedy No No Nanette, music by Vincent Youmans

Tea For Two - song from the American musical comedy No No Nanette, music by Vincent Youmans, book and lyrics by Otto Harbach & Frank Mandel. Score cover. Published: London, Chappell & Co., 1924

© Lebrecht Music & Arts

20th Century, American, Art, Cover, Decorative, Design, Drawing, Entertainment, Ephemera, Illustration, Memorabilia, Music, Musical Show, Musicals, Performing Arts, Score, Score Cover, Song, Twenties

Cardiac muscle and capillary, TEM Featured 15 Jan 2007 Print

Cardiac muscle and capillary, TEM

Cardiac muscle. Coloured transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of cardiac muscle fibrils (purple)from a healthy heart. Mitochondria (green) supply the muscle cells with energy. The muscle fibrils, or myofibrils, are crossed by transverse tubules (dark purple lines). These tubules mark the division of the myofibrils into contractile units (sarcomeres). The central structure is a capillary (orange) seen in cross-section, with a bi-concave red blood cell (red) passing along it. Cardiac muscle is under subconscious control and continuously contracts to pump blood around the body without tiring. Magnification: 3600x when printed 10 centimetres across

© THOMAS DEERINCK, NCMIR/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY