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I have no words for this
except
happy feet
colored SEM of the retracting foot of a bdelloid rotifer (organism related to roundworms)
credit: Cell Picture Show

I have no words for this

except

happy feet

colored SEM of the retracting foot of a bdelloid rotifer (organism related to roundworms)

credit: Cell Picture Show

a tumbleweed of human oral flora
(say that three times fast)
colored SEM
credit: Steve Gschmeissner

a tumbleweed of human oral flora

(say that three times fast)

colored SEM

credit: Steve Gschmeissner

human chromosomes and nucleus
credit: Andrew Syred & Cheryl Power

human chromosomes and nucleus

credit: Andrew Syred & Cheryl Power

"Chromosome Loss"
unknown technique
credit: Paul Andrews

"Chromosome Loss"

unknown technique

credit: Paul Andrews

Godzilla blood
like those of birds, reptilian red blood cells are flatter and more oblong than their mammalian counterparts (and they’re nucleated)
colored SEM
credit: Steve Gschmeissner

Godzilla blood

like those of birds, reptilian red blood cells are flatter and more oblong than their mammalian counterparts (and they’re nucleated)

colored SEM

credit: Steve Gschmeissner

blood vessel endothelium, you are pretty and you are functional
I think I’m in love
colored SEM
credit: Steve Gschmeissner

blood vessel endothelium, you are pretty and you are functional

I think I’m in love

colored SEM

credit: Steve Gschmeissner

stem cell in the eye of a needle
colored SEM
credit: Steve Gschmeissner

stem cell in the eye of a needle

colored SEM

credit: Steve Gschmeissner

cultured adipocytes (fat cells) with bead-like lipid inclusions
light microscopy
credit: Shingo Kajimura 

cultured adipocytes (fat cells) with bead-like lipid inclusions

light microscopy

credit: Shingo Kajimura 

skin cancer koosh ball
colored SEM
credit: Steve Gschmeissner

skin cancer koosh ball

colored SEM

credit: Steve Gschmeissner

microscopic bone marrow transplant — hematopoietic stem cells (the immortal source of both red and white blood cells) poised in a syringe for transplant
colored SEM composite image
credit: Steve Gschmeissner

microscopic bone marrow transplant — hematopoietic stem cells (the immortal source of both red and white blood cells) poised in a syringe for transplant

colored SEM composite image

credit: Steve Gschmeissner

like a sapphire in the rough, the majestic glomerulus studs the otherwise boring renal parenchyma with its raw beauty
(originally I was going to compose a haiku to honor the magnificence of this micrograph, but glomerulus has an inordinate number of syllables)
colored SEM
credit: Steve Gschmeissner

like a sapphire in the rough, the majestic glomerulus studs the otherwise boring renal parenchyma with its raw beauty

(originally I was going to compose a haiku to honor the magnificence of this micrograph, but glomerulus has an inordinate number of syllables)

colored SEM

credit: Steve Gschmeissner

rat brain: a mosaic of glia and neurons
fluorescence, 600x
credit: Thomas Deerinck

rat brain: a mosaic of glia and neurons

fluorescence, 600x

credit: Thomas Deerinck

phat
colored SEM
credit: Steve Gschmeissner

phat

colored SEM

credit: Steve Gschmeissner

awkward purple yeast is awkward
colored SEM
credit: Steve Gschmeissner

awkward purple yeast is awkward

colored SEM

credit: Steve Gschmeissner

Anonymous said: please update more

Apologies — I was caught up in the whirlwind of medical school obligations. But for now, wish granted.

I have no words for this
except
happy feet
colored SEM of the retracting foot of a bdelloid rotifer (organism related to roundworms)
credit: Cell Picture Show

I have no words for this

except

happy feet

colored SEM of the retracting foot of a bdelloid rotifer (organism related to roundworms)

credit: Cell Picture Show

a tumbleweed of human oral flora
(say that three times fast)
colored SEM
credit: Steve Gschmeissner

a tumbleweed of human oral flora

(say that three times fast)

colored SEM

credit: Steve Gschmeissner

human chromosomes and nucleus
credit: Andrew Syred & Cheryl Power

human chromosomes and nucleus

credit: Andrew Syred & Cheryl Power

"Chromosome Loss"
unknown technique
credit: Paul Andrews

"Chromosome Loss"

unknown technique

credit: Paul Andrews

Godzilla blood
like those of birds, reptilian red blood cells are flatter and more oblong than their mammalian counterparts (and they’re nucleated)
colored SEM
credit: Steve Gschmeissner

Godzilla blood

like those of birds, reptilian red blood cells are flatter and more oblong than their mammalian counterparts (and they’re nucleated)

colored SEM

credit: Steve Gschmeissner

blood vessel endothelium, you are pretty and you are functional
I think I’m in love
colored SEM
credit: Steve Gschmeissner

blood vessel endothelium, you are pretty and you are functional

I think I’m in love

colored SEM

credit: Steve Gschmeissner

stem cell in the eye of a needle
colored SEM
credit: Steve Gschmeissner

stem cell in the eye of a needle

colored SEM

credit: Steve Gschmeissner

cultured adipocytes (fat cells) with bead-like lipid inclusions
light microscopy
credit: Shingo Kajimura 

cultured adipocytes (fat cells) with bead-like lipid inclusions

light microscopy

credit: Shingo Kajimura 

skin cancer koosh ball
colored SEM
credit: Steve Gschmeissner

skin cancer koosh ball

colored SEM

credit: Steve Gschmeissner

microscopic bone marrow transplant — hematopoietic stem cells (the immortal source of both red and white blood cells) poised in a syringe for transplant
colored SEM composite image
credit: Steve Gschmeissner

microscopic bone marrow transplant — hematopoietic stem cells (the immortal source of both red and white blood cells) poised in a syringe for transplant

colored SEM composite image

credit: Steve Gschmeissner

like a sapphire in the rough, the majestic glomerulus studs the otherwise boring renal parenchyma with its raw beauty
(originally I was going to compose a haiku to honor the magnificence of this micrograph, but glomerulus has an inordinate number of syllables)
colored SEM
credit: Steve Gschmeissner

like a sapphire in the rough, the majestic glomerulus studs the otherwise boring renal parenchyma with its raw beauty

(originally I was going to compose a haiku to honor the magnificence of this micrograph, but glomerulus has an inordinate number of syllables)

colored SEM

credit: Steve Gschmeissner

rat brain: a mosaic of glia and neurons
fluorescence, 600x
credit: Thomas Deerinck

rat brain: a mosaic of glia and neurons

fluorescence, 600x

credit: Thomas Deerinck

phat
colored SEM
credit: Steve Gschmeissner

phat

colored SEM

credit: Steve Gschmeissner

awkward purple yeast is awkward
colored SEM
credit: Steve Gschmeissner

awkward purple yeast is awkward

colored SEM

credit: Steve Gschmeissner

Anonymous said: please update more

Apologies — I was caught up in the whirlwind of medical school obligations. But for now, wish granted.

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(because pluripotency is overrated)