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Artful Arterial Artificers

Unlocking the secrets of cells from a human artery, grown in culture. We can stain components of cells to study where and how they work! Blue stain is the cell nucleus (DAPI), red is actin (phalloidin). Green stain is a protein called PDE3B we study in the lab, seen here under 40x magnification.
Submission Year: 
Photographer's affiliation: 
Graduate student
Academic areas: 
Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Affairs
Health Sciences
Art of Research categories: 
Invisible discoveries
Components of cells stained blue, red, and green
Grad student
School of Graduate Studies
Faculty of Health Sciences
School of Medicine
Department of Biomedical and Molecular Sciences
Health, Wellness and the Determinants of Human Health
Location of photograph: 
Botterell Hall, Queen's University
Photographer's name: 
Jonah Burke-Kleinman
Display Photographers Affiltion + Faculty or Department: 
Graduate Student, Biomedical and Molecular Sciences