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High-end microscope objectives transmit UV light more readily than basic lenses – but what risk do they pose to pathologists?
Daniel M. Davis
New super-resolution microscopy techniques give us better insight into how our immune cells fight cancer, and how we can help
Texere’s new magazine – The Translational Scientist – celebrates the people, processes and vision that translate scientific discoveries into improved health for all.
The birth of a new PA program – and why such programs are vital to the future of the laboratory
Macrophages are specialized phagocytic cells of the innate immune system that remove diseased cells and non-self objects from the body
The COVID-19 pandemic highlights the need to move toward a global healthcare system – before the next pandemic hits
Mouse cerebellum stained to reveal a Purkinje neuron
This series of sculptures by artist Rogan Brown, laser cut from paper and hand mounted into three-dimensional sculptural compositions, is an attempt to depict the diversity and beauty of the vast colony of organisms that live in and on the human body.
This painting shows the excised rectum of a patient with ulcerative colitis.
A sagittal section of a fetal degu at 60 days of gestation
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