Zum Hauptinhalt springen Skin stained by E-Cadherine,
Jacob Seeberg Lonely T cell in a glioblastoma tumor,
Alexander Zorob Smartwatch: 10,000 steps in less than 5 minutes! A piece of skin tissue with one green CD45+ leucocyte between E-Cadherine (red) stained cell membranes of keratinocytes and dapi stained (blue) cell nuclei.
Jacob Seeberg A piece of skin tissue with two mitotic cells which have just divided. Cell membranes are stained by E-Cadherine and cell nuclei by Dapi.
Jacob Seeberg Two mitotic cells and one cell-in-cell structure
Doris Mehler und Elisabeth Müller DNA histogram of malignant melanoma cells treated by the B-Raf inhibitor Encorafenib and ionizing radiation.
Mirjam Steck Multiple colour change in chromosome 1 and 2
Barbara Schuster Head and neck cancer with multiple cell-in-cell structures
Hannah Schencker A "hedgehog" cell
Barbara Schuster Pancreatic cancer cells cytoskeleton (alpha Tubulin red) and nuclei stained by dapi (blue). Proliferating cells are marked by Ki67 (green). All cells are proliferating (Ki67+) and three cells are mitotic.
Christina Engert Fibroblasts cytoskeleton stained by alpha Tubulin (green), nuclei stained by dapi (blue) and dead cells stained red by an live cell stain.