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Fluorescent Light Micrograph Gallery

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Kidney tubules in section
Kidney tubules in section
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Glial stem cell culture, light micrograph
Glial stem cell culture, light micrograph
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Purkinje nerve cells in the cerebellum
Purkinje nerve cells in the cerebellum
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Cerebellum structure, light micrograph
Cerebellum structure, light micrograph
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Neural stem cell culture
Neural stem cell culture
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Astrocyte nerve cell
Astrocyte nerve cell
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Small intestine villi, section
Small intestine villi, section
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Kidney tubules in section
Kidney tubules in section
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Neuromuscular synapse, light micrograph
Neuromuscular synapse, light micrograph
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Retina blood vessel and nerve cells
Retina blood vessel and nerve cells
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Immune response
Immune response
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Nerve cell injury response
Nerve cell injury response
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Neuromuscular synapse, light micrograph

Neuromuscular junction. Fluorescent confocal light micrograph of the junction between a nerve cell and a muscle (not seen). The axon of the nerve cell (neuron) has been tagged with a blue dye. The axon ends at end plates, which form junctions called synapses with the muscle cells. The end plates have been dyed red here by tagging them with the snake venom alpha-bungarotoxin, which binds to them. When a nerve signal reaches the synapse, it causes the synaptic vesicles to rupture, releasing the neurotransmitter acetylcholine. The protein synaptophysin, found in the vesicles, is dyed green. Acetylcholine binds to receptors on the muscle cells, causing them to contract. Magnification: x120 when printed 10cm wide

© THOMAS DEERINCK, NCMIR/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Neurosphere culture
Neurosphere culture
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Human epithelial cells
Human epithelial cells
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Retina blood vessels and nerve cells
Retina blood vessels and nerve cells
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Green algae, light micrograph
Green algae, light micrograph
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Soft rush stem, light micrograph
Soft rush stem, light micrograph
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Glial stem cell culture, light micrograph
Glial stem cell culture, light micrograph
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Inner ear hair cells, light micrograph
Inner ear hair cells, light micrograph
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Nerve cell trauma response
Nerve cell trauma response
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Neural stem cells in culture
Neural stem cells in culture
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Brain cells in culture, light micrograph
Brain cells in culture, light micrograph
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Nerve cells
Nerve cells
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Astrocyte nerve cells
Astrocyte nerve cells
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Inner ear hair cells, light micrograph

Inner ear hair cells. Fluorescent light micrograph of sensory hair cells (blue) from the cochlea of the inner ear. The protein GLAST (glutamate-aspartate transporter) has been labelled red. The hairs are surrounded by a fluid called the endolymph. As sound enters the ear it causes waves to form in the endolymph, which in turn cause the hairs to move. The movement is converted into an electrical signal, which is passed to the brain via the auditory nerve. The neurotransmitter glutamate passes the signal from the hair cells to the auditory nerve. However, too much glutamate is toxic to both structures. GLAST serves to mop-up the excess glutamate and so protects the hair cells and nerve fibres from sound-induced damage

© DR DAVID FURNESS, KEELE UNIVERSITY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Oligodendrocyte nerve cells
Oligodendrocyte nerve cells
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Nerve cell growth
Nerve cell growth
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Cerebellum structure, light micrograph
Cerebellum structure, light micrograph
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Nerve cell trauma response
Nerve cell trauma response
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