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  • Mouse brain capillaries, SEM
  • Ant head and mandibles, photomacrography
  • Mouse embryo
  • Human femoral bone, AFM
  • Salmonella Typhimurium infection of a human epithelial cell
  • Illustration of the DNA double helix. The sugar-phosphate backbone of the two complementary strands are visible (red and blue).
  • A sad lonely child sits on her bed, anxiety, illustration
  • Varicose Veins, Legs. Female. Illustrated with thermography
  • Sanguisorba officinalis 'Tanna'
  • Formation of the inner mass in an early mouse embryo, LM
  • Asarum caudatum Lindl. Aristolochiaceae. British Columbia wild ginger. Asarum is the Latin name for wild ginger
  • Clonal tracking, mouse fibroblasts
  • Lobelia cardinalis L Campanulaceae Cardinal lobelia Distribution: Americas, Colombia to south-eastern Canada. The genus was named after Matthias de L’Obel or Lobel, (1538–1616), Flemish botanist and physician to James I of England, author of the great herbal Plantarum seu Stirpium Historia (1576). Lobeline, a chemical from the plant has nicotine like actions and for a while lobeline was used to help people withdraw from smoking, but was found to be ineffective. It was introduced from Virginia to John Parkinson in England by John Newton (1580-1647) a surgeon of Colyton (aka Colliton), Devon, who travelled to Virginia. Photographed in the Medicinal Garden of the Royal College of Physicians, London.
  • Rabbit cerebellum
  • Varicose Veins, Legs. Female. Illustrated with thermography
  • Cellular architecture of normal human skin imaged by whole mount tissue microscopy. Human skin has a rich network of white blood cells (specifically dendritic cells, T cells and macrophages) which form sheaths around blood vessels. In this image, T cells (stained for CD3; red) dendritic cells (stained for MHC class II; green) and macrophages (stained for LYVE-1; blue with some cells showing a tinge of green) can be seen. Cell nuclei have been stained with DAPI (grey). This normal cellular architecture is grossly disrupted in diseased skin (see related images). X10 magnification. Scale bar (white) represents 200 micrometres.
  • Grey mould (Botrytis cinerea) on strawberries
  • Rabbit tongue
  • Young girl with Down's syndrome
  • Drupaceous fruit from Cotinus coggygria (smoke bush), SEM
  • Laboratory latex glove, LM
  • Raynaud's Phenomenon
  • COS-7 cell, confocal and supre resolution microscopy
  • Human macrophage rupturing after infection with Chlamydia
  • The maze of trees, emotional cancer journey, artwork
  • Neurone development, embryoid body
  • Mutant Muscle Sarcomere, Drosophila larva
  • Medicinal leech Hirudo verbena
  • Rosa nitida Willd. Rosaceae. Shining rose. Distribution: North-eastern North America. Nitida is Latin for shining, referring to the shiny leaves. The seed heads contain vitamin C. Photographed in the Medicinal Garden of the Royal College of Physicians, London.
  • Blood vessels in the head of a zebrafish embryo