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Axons in a gestational day 13 mouse embryo visualized with anti-neurofilament immunostaining followed by tissue clarification
False-colored image of a fly brain showing olfactory projection neurons
E. coli cell division machineries
Expression of a mechanically-activated ion channel in the mouse lung visualized by X-gal staining
The molecular basis for the mechanics of cytokinesis
Multiciliated cells require programmed centriole amplification
E17.5 mouse hepatocyte
Ectopic expression of the female sex determinant Sex-Lethal in the adult testis disrupts tissue morphology
Wild type Drosophila ovary
Wild type Drosophila testis
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