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Mouse retina - Confocal quadruple fluorescence image of normal mouse retina in the optic fiber and retinal ganglion neuron layers. These layers are responsible for relaying information from the retina to the brain and was fluorescently stained to reveal the distribution of glial cells (green), DNA & RNA in the cell bodies of the retinal ganglion neurons (orange) & their optic nerve fibers (red), & actin in endothelial cells surrounding a prominent branching blood vessel (blue).160X at 10cm width
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Mouse retina - Confocal quadruple fluorescence image of normal mouse retina in the optic fiber and retinal ganglion neuron layers. These layers are responsible for relaying information from the retina to the brain and was fluorescently stained to reveal the distribution of glial cells (green), DNA & RNA in the cell bodies of the retinal ganglion neurons (orange) & their optic nerve fibers (red), & actin in endothelial cells surrounding a prominent branching blood vessel...
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From gallery: Cell Biology
Photographer: Thomas Deerinck
Source: Visuals Unlimited, Inc.
Date: 1 Aug 2007
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Credit: Dr. Thomas Deerinck/Visuals Unlimited, Inc.
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