Image of the Day: Muscle Bouquet 

Lab-grown muscle stem cells from mice mimic the formation of muscle fibers in vivo. 

By The Scientist Staff | January 16, 2018

Culture-grown muscle stem cells from mice, which have fused together to form myotubes (some of them flurorescently labelled in green), showing cell nuclei (blue), and distinct striations (red)KEVIN MURACH, UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY COLLEGE OF HEALTH SCIENCESThis image was a winner of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology’s 2017 BioArt Contest

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