QBI-Art-in-Neuroscience Within the in-between by Luke Hammond, Microscopy Facility Manager and Jeremy Ullmann, Centre for Advanced Imaging: Rapid imaging of fluorescently labelled neurons using confocal microscopy allows researchers to build 3D models of the fine cellular architecture of the brain. jpg (1280×1920)
Quadruple fluorescence image of the mouse retina, showing optic nerve axons and glia stained red and green, respectively, actin in endothelial cells of the blood vessel walls stained blue and nucleic acids stained orange. By Thomas Deerinck/ NCMIR/ Cell.
Pupal retina of Drosophila melanogaster imaged by confocal microscopy. Cell outlines of cone and pigment cells are visualized by Discs-large expression (green) and a deeper optical section shows photoreceptor nuclei labeled with TOPRO (blue).