The embryo of a sea anemone, Nematostella vectensis, with tubulin visualized in green, F-actin in red, and nuclei in blue
By The Scientist Staff | September 24, 2013
EUREKALERT, ASHLEIGH FRITZ, STOWERS INSTITUTE FOR MEDICAL RESEARCH
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September 25, 2013
Beautiful picture. ¿It is possible to know how was stained?
By Jenny Rood
Members of a previously uncontacted Venezuelan tribe have the most diverse microbiomes yet described.
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