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AFB stain for bacilli (red). Human Kidney with bacilli bacteria stained red Royalty Free Stock PhotosAFB stain for bacilli (red). Human Kidney with bacilli bacteria stained redFluorescence of cardiac muscle. Explore the human heart with an open mind Stock ImageFluorescence of cardiac muscle. Explore the human heart with an open mindFluorescence of cardiac muscle cells. Cells of the heart glow with your touch Stock PhotosFluorescence of cardiac muscle cells. Cells of the heart glow with your touchHistology of the placenta using fluorescent dye. Cells of placenta can enrich and grow from within Stock PhotoHistology of the placenta using fluorescent dye. Cells of placenta can enrich and grow from withinHeart warming Fluorescence. See the world under a different light and help heal the heart Stock ImageHeart warming Fluorescence. See the world under a different light and help heal the heartAt the end something still glows. Histology slide of a rat colon using fluorescence compound Royalty Free Stock ImageAt the end something still glows. Histology slide of a rat colon using fluorescence compoundUnder the epidermis lies something wonderful. Looking at yourself in a whole new light Royalty Free Stock PhotosUnder the epidermis lies something wonderful. Looking at yourself in a whole new lightHistology Bone stained H&E. This is a horse patella that shows articular cartilage. There is dense bone (light pink), the articular cartilage (reddish pink) and Stock ImageHistology Bone stained H&E. This is a horse patella that shows articular cartilage. There is dense bone (light pink), the articular cartilage (reddish pink) andRat Brain (H&E). This is a microscopic picture of a rat brain that has been stained with H&E.  The nuclei are purple while the cytoplasm (background) is pink Royalty Free Stock ImagesRat Brain (H&E). This is a microscopic picture of a rat brain that has been stained with H&E. The nuclei are purple while the cytoplasm (background) is pinkRat Colon. This is a microscopic picture of a rat colon that has been used to test a new fluorescent compound.  This picture was taken on a confocal microscope Stock PhotographyRat Colon. This is a microscopic picture of a rat colon that has been used to test a new fluorescent compound. This picture was taken on a confocal microscopeUm Cord. This is a microscopic picture of a umbilical cord and stained with Hoechst for nuclei Stock PhotosUm Cord. This is a microscopic picture of a umbilical cord and stained with Hoechst for nucleiHistology of the Eye. This is a microscopic picture of a fish eye taken with a high resolution camera.  It has been stained with hematoxylin and eosin Royalty Free Stock ImageHistology of the Eye. This is a microscopic picture of a fish eye taken with a high resolution camera. It has been stained with hematoxylin and eosinHistology of Colon stain with Alcian Blue. The blue is highly sulfated mucosubstances or glycosaminoglycans, red nuclei Royalty Free Stock ImagesHistology of Colon stain with Alcian Blue. The blue is highly sulfated mucosubstances or glycosaminoglycans, red nucleiHistology of Muscle stained with PTAH. The PTAH stain highlights the Z bands in the muscle Stock PhotosHistology of Muscle stained with PTAH. The PTAH stain highlights the Z bands in the muscleNerve bundles in the brain (blue). The LFB stain is to identify the myelin sheath around the nerve fibers (Blue) in the brain.  The nuclei are round purple dots Royalty Free Stock PhotoNerve bundles in the brain (blue). The LFB stain is to identify the myelin sheath around the nerve fibers (Blue) in the brain. The nuclei are round purple dotsBrilliant Colon Seen Through the Eyes of a Histologist. The blue is glycosaminoglycans and some goblet cells.  The red band in the C shape and far right are Stock ImageBrilliant Colon Seen Through the Eyes of a Histologist. The blue is glycosaminoglycans and some goblet cells. The red band in the C shape and far right areHistology of the brain and its memories. The conglomerate of cells and nerve fibers known as the hippocampus serves to store memories.  The blue bands and Stock PhotosHistology of the brain and its memories. The conglomerate of cells and nerve fibers known as the hippocampus serves to store memories. The blue bands andThe inside looks like flowers on the outside. The beauty of nature on the inside can mimic art drawn or painted.  On the inside we are all the same set of cells Stock ImagesThe inside looks like flowers on the outside. The beauty of nature on the inside can mimic art drawn or painted. On the inside we are all the same set of cellsInside Gaudi Church. Looking at the Gaudi church from inside, even with all the columns, it seems so intense and beautiful it might have been a dream Stock PhotographyInside Gaudi Church. Looking at the Gaudi church from inside, even with all the columns, it seems so intense and beautiful it might have been a dreamIncubator Holds. Every lab should have back-up hold plates that look like this.  Uniform and new conveys strong business attitude and mentality Stock ImagesIncubator Holds. Every lab should have back-up hold plates that look like this. Uniform and new conveys strong business attitude and mentalityLab Dry Rack. Everyone should have one of these in a lab, they are essential for drying clean glassware Stock ImagesLab Dry Rack. Everyone should have one of these in a lab, they are essential for drying clean glasswareDisposable Paraffin Tissue Molds. Histology can be a finicky field to work in. Using disposable products can help reduce the unevenness of older products because Royalty Free Stock PhotoDisposable Paraffin Tissue Molds. Histology can be a finicky field to work in. Using disposable products can help reduce the unevenness of older products becauseHistology Slides with Adhered Tissue. These are positively charged Epic slides with 2 different tissues from one paraffin block.  Positively charged slides hold Stock ImageHistology Slides with Adhered Tissue. These are positively charged Epic slides with 2 different tissues from one paraffin block. Positively charged slides holdHistology slide of an abnormal Human Kidney. This kidney has large amounts of calcium deposits (red).  It was stained using the Alizarin Red S method that Royalty Free Stock ImagesHistology slide of an abnormal Human Kidney. This kidney has large amounts of calcium deposits (red). It was stained using the Alizarin Red S method thatHistology of the Colon. This is a Trichrome (Masson's) of the colon.  The pinkish red is smooth muscle, while the dark granulated red is red blood cells Stock PhotographyHistology of the Colon. This is a Trichrome (Masson's) of the colon. The pinkish red is smooth muscle, while the dark granulated red is red blood cellsHistology of the Colon. Can be studied using the periodic acid schiff alcian blue (PAS / AB) staining technique.  This shows glycogen as pinkish purple and Royalty Free Stock PhotoHistology of the Colon. Can be studied using the periodic acid schiff alcian blue (PAS / AB) staining technique. This shows glycogen as pinkish purple andHistopathology of a Kidney with Amyloid deposits. Histopathology looks at the differences between normal tissue and abnormal.  This is a kidney showing 2 Royalty Free Stock PhotographyHistopathology of a Kidney with Amyloid deposits. Histopathology looks at the differences between normal tissue and abnormal. This is a kidney showing 2Elastic Tissue Seen Through a Microscope. Have you ever seen a human aorta stained to amplify it's attributes?  Most of it is elastic fibers that allow it to Royalty Free Stock ImagesElastic Tissue Seen Through a Microscope. Have you ever seen a human aorta stained to amplify it's attributes? Most of it is elastic fibers that allow it toMelanoma of the Skin. How do you tell if you have melanoma?  Tissue biopsies done at the doctor are sent to a histologist who mount this sections on to a glass Stock PhotoMelanoma of the Skin. How do you tell if you have melanoma? Tissue biopsies done at the doctor are sent to a histologist who mount this sections on to a glassHistopathology of Iron Deposits. Too much of anything will wreak havoc on the organs, or as the saying goes too much of anything will kill you. This is true in Stock PhotosHistopathology of Iron Deposits. Too much of anything will wreak havoc on the organs, or as the saying goes too much of anything will kill you. This is true inArticular Cartilage of knee joints stained with H&E. How do you define different kinds of tissue seen under the microscope?  This is a Safranin O stain that Royalty Free Stock ImagesArticular Cartilage of knee joints stained with H&E. How do you define different kinds of tissue seen under the microscope? This is a Safranin O stain thatHistology of Skin stained with H&E. This is human skin stained with hematoxylin (purple) and eosin (pink) also called H&E.  From top, the blue with round nuclei Royalty Free Stock ImageHistology of Skin stained with H&E. This is human skin stained with hematoxylin (purple) and eosin (pink) also called H&E. From top, the blue with round nucleiHistopathology of Skin stained with H&E. This is human skin stained with hematoxylin (purple) and eosin (pink) also called H&E.  Unlike normal skin, this is Royalty Free Stock ImagesHistopathology of Skin stained with H&E. This is human skin stained with hematoxylin (purple) and eosin (pink) also called H&E. Unlike normal skin, this isHistology slide of Pancreas stained with 3 colors. This is a Trichrome (Masson's) of a rat pancreas. There is not much muscle (red) in the pancreas as this Royalty Free Stock ImagesHistology slide of Pancreas stained with 3 colors. This is a Trichrome (Masson's) of a rat pancreas. There is not much muscle (red) in the pancreas as thisHistology the study of Bone. This is a Trichrome (Masson's) of dense bone.  Normally I would say the red is muscle and blue is collagen but this is not Royalty Free Stock ImageHistology the study of Bone. This is a Trichrome (Masson's) of dense bone. Normally I would say the red is muscle and blue is collagen but this is notHistology of a tongue seen from the inside out. This is a Trichrome (Masson's) of a rat tongue. Most of the tongue is muscle fibers, both longitudinal and cross Royalty Free Stock ImagesHistology of a tongue seen from the inside out. This is a Trichrome (Masson's) of a rat tongue. Most of the tongue is muscle fibers, both longitudinal and crossHistology of a Aorta. This is a aorta seen under a microscope at 40X.  It has been stained using the Masson's Trichrome green technique to highlight the smooth Royalty Free Stock ImageHistology of a Aorta. This is a aorta seen under a microscope at 40X. It has been stained using the Masson's Trichrome green technique to highlight the smoothHistology of a Optic Nerve. This is a dog optic nerve as seen under a microscope at 5X.  It has been stained with the routine H&E technique.  The nuclei are Royalty Free Stock PhotosHistology of a Optic Nerve. This is a dog optic nerve as seen under a microscope at 5X. It has been stained with the routine H&E technique. The nuclei areHistology of the Human Breast seen with 3 colors. This is a close up picture of human breast tissue taken through a microscope.  This tissue has been stained Royalty Free Stock ImagesHistology of the Human Breast seen with 3 colors. This is a close up picture of human breast tissue taken through a microscope. This tissue has been stainedBasement Membrane of a Kidney. This stain highlights the reticular fibers and or basement membrane of tissues.  This is a human kidney seen at under a microscope Stock PhotosBasement Membrane of a Kidney. This stain highlights the reticular fibers and or basement membrane of tissues. This is a human kidney seen at under a microscopeMuscle and Collagen Form a Ring of Life. The umbilical cord is of very distinct tissues that can be viewed through a microscope once it has been stained Royalty Free Stock PhotosMuscle and Collagen Form a Ring of Life. The umbilical cord is of very distinct tissues that can be viewed through a microscope once it has been stainedHistology slide of Placenta stained for GAGs. GAGs are glycosaminoglycans (Blue), also called mucosubstances by histologists.  This stain (Alcian blue/PAS) Stock ImagesHistology slide of Placenta stained for GAGs. GAGs are glycosaminoglycans (Blue), also called mucosubstances by histologists. This stain (Alcian blue/PAS)Histology of the umbilical cord. The structure of an umbilical cord can be seen at low magnification through a microscope.  A traditional H&E stain gives color Royalty Free Stock PhotoHistology of the umbilical cord. The structure of an umbilical cord can be seen at low magnification through a microscope. A traditional H&E stain gives colorHistology of a fish eye. There are multiple layers of different cells around every eye.  This tissue has been stained with the traditional hematoxylin & eosin (H Royalty Free Stock ImagesHistology of a fish eye. There are multiple layers of different cells around every eye. This tissue has been stained with the traditional hematoxylin & eosin (HHistology of the appendix. The appendix seen here is stained with Masson's trichrome.  This stain is designed to show the relationship of collagen (blue) and Stock PhotographyHistology of the appendix. The appendix seen here is stained with Masson's trichrome. This stain is designed to show the relationship of collagen (blue) andHistology of Collagen. Collagen is a very important structure because it composes 40% of the body.  The Trichrome stain seen here highlights the collagen (blue Royalty Free Stock PhotographyHistology of Collagen. Collagen is a very important structure because it composes 40% of the body. The Trichrome stain seen here highlights the collagen (blueHistology of the normal Liver. The only organ able to regenerate is the liver.  This is a routine H&E stain.  In the H&E stain, the nuclei are purple, the red Stock ImageHistology of the normal Liver. The only organ able to regenerate is the liver. This is a routine H&E stain. In the H&E stain, the nuclei are purple, the redHistology of an Artery. This is an Artery seen under a microscope at 40X.  It has been stained using the Masson's Trichrome Blue technique to highlight the Royalty Free Stock ImagesHistology of an Artery. This is an Artery seen under a microscope at 40X. It has been stained using the Masson's Trichrome Blue technique to highlight theHistology of a Kidney. This is an Kidney seen under a microscope at 10X.  It has been stained using the Masson's Trichrome Blue technique to highlight the muscle Stock ImagesHistology of a Kidney. This is an Kidney seen under a microscope at 10X. It has been stained using the Masson's Trichrome Blue technique to highlight the muscleHistology of a Heart. This is an Heart seen under a microscope at 40X.  It has been stained using the Masson's Trichrome Blue technique to highlight the muscle ( Stock ImagesHistology of a Heart. This is an Heart seen under a microscope at 40X. It has been stained using the Masson's Trichrome Blue technique to highlight the muscle (Histology of a Umbilical Cord. This is a umbilical cord seen under a microscope at 40X.  It has been stained using the Alcian blue technique to highlight the Royalty Free Stock ImagesHistology of a Umbilical Cord. This is a umbilical cord seen under a microscope at 40X. It has been stained using the Alcian blue technique to highlight theHistology of Breast Tissue. This is human breast seen under a microscope at 40X.  It has been stained using the Masson's Trichrome Blue technique to highlight Stock ImagesHistology of Breast Tissue. This is human breast seen under a microscope at 40X. It has been stained using the Masson's Trichrome Blue technique to highlightHistology of Skin Collagen. Did you know collagen represents 60% of our body?  It is in almost every organ.  It is the glue holding our tissues together.  This Royalty Free Stock PhotosHistology of Skin Collagen. Did you know collagen represents 60% of our body? It is in almost every organ. It is the glue holding our tissues together. ThisHistopathology of Calcium Deposits in Human Kidney. This kidney has been stained using the Von Kossa technique that renders calcium brown black.  A normal kidney Stock ImageHistopathology of Calcium Deposits in Human Kidney. This kidney has been stained using the Von Kossa technique that renders calcium brown black. A normal kidneyHistopathology of Melanoma. This stain is a typical Hematoxylin and eosin stain.  In this case it allows the visualization of brown deposits in the skin.  These Stock PhotosHistopathology of Melanoma. This stain is a typical Hematoxylin and eosin stain. In this case it allows the visualization of brown deposits in the skin. TheseHistopathology of Melanoma granules look like IHC slides. This stain is a typical Hematoxylin and eosin stain.  In this case it allows the visualization of brown Royalty Free Stock PhotographyHistopathology of Melanoma granules look like IHC slides. This stain is a typical Hematoxylin and eosin stain. In this case it allows the visualization of brownHistology of myelin and nissel substance in the brain LFB/CV. Studies of de-myelinization continue with animal and human subjects.  Myelin is the substance that Stock ImagesHistology of myelin and nissel substance in the brain LFB/CV. Studies of de-myelinization continue with animal and human subjects. Myelin is the substance thatPathology of Kidney Glomerulus. The glomerulus is of significant interest for researchers and pathologists.  It contains keys to diseases and renal modulation Stock PhotosPathology of Kidney Glomerulus. The glomerulus is of significant interest for researchers and pathologists. It contains keys to diseases and renal modulationHistology of Normal Skin Stained with Trichrome. The trichrome stain perpetuates visualization of collagen (blue), muscle (red, none shown) and nuclei (purple Royalty Free Stock PhotoHistology of Normal Skin Stained with Trichrome. The trichrome stain perpetuates visualization of collagen (blue), muscle (red, none shown) and nuclei (purpleHistology of Abnormal Tissue. Bacilli is stained red, all other tissue (green) is background.  The bacteria shown is this picture is diffuse and not concentrated Royalty Free Stock ImageHistology of Abnormal Tissue. Bacilli is stained red, all other tissue (green) is background. The bacteria shown is this picture is diffuse and not concentratedHistopathology of Wilsons Disease. Large amounts of copper deposits (orange -red) anywhere in the body can wreak havoc on the system.  In this case, its in the Royalty Free Stock ImagesHistopathology of Wilsons Disease. Large amounts of copper deposits (orange -red) anywhere in the body can wreak havoc on the system. In this case, its in theHistology of the normal brain using LFB/CV. Ever wonder what your brain looks like under the microscope?  This is a 400x picture of the brain after it has been Stock ImagesHistology of the normal brain using LFB/CV. Ever wonder what your brain looks like under the microscope? This is a 400x picture of the brain after it has beenHistology of Spinal Column Bone Tissue. Can you image living with bones, we would be a sloppy mess.  Can you identify the different types of bone in this picture Royalty Free Stock PhotographyHistology of Spinal Column Bone Tissue. Can you image living with bones, we would be a sloppy mess. Can you identify the different types of bone in this picturePolarizing Collagen. This is a stain of rat skin stained with picrosirius red under a polarizing microscope.  The red is collagen.  The body is composed of Stock PhotoPolarizing Collagen. This is a stain of rat skin stained with picrosirius red under a polarizing microscope. The red is collagen. The body is composed ofHistology of possible Melanoma. Melanoma is not strictly for skin, it can be anywhere in the body.  It is in this case brown and found in the uterus of a rat Stock ImagesHistology of possible Melanoma. Melanoma is not strictly for skin, it can be anywhere in the body. It is in this case brown and found in the uterus of a ratElastic fibers of the skin. Being flexible means the ability to stretch.  This micrograph shows the mechanism of elasticity, the elastic fibers shown as black Royalty Free Stock ImageElastic fibers of the skin. Being flexible means the ability to stretch. This micrograph shows the mechanism of elasticity, the elastic fibers shown as blackHistology of Abnormal Colon. Helicobacter pylori (HP) a type of bacteria that affects up to 2/3 of the world population.  This is an immunohistochemical test Royalty Free Stock PhotosHistology of Abnormal Colon. Helicobacter pylori (HP) a type of bacteria that affects up to 2/3 of the world population. This is an immunohistochemical testHistology of abnormal tissue (calcium) using polarization. Calcium deposits can be also be viewed by staining the tissue with a polarizing stain.  This is the Stock PhotoHistology of abnormal tissue (calcium) using polarization. Calcium deposits can be also be viewed by staining the tissue with a polarizing stain. This is theHistology of abnormal tissue (calcium). Calcium deposits can be also be viewed by staining the tissue with an hematoxylin and eosin stain.  This is the same Stock ImagesHistology of abnormal tissue (calcium). Calcium deposits can be also be viewed by staining the tissue with an hematoxylin and eosin stain. This is the sameHistology of Collagen & Muscle. Can you tell the difference between the collagen and muscle in this picture?  Using the picrosirius red stain it's easy.  The Royalty Free Stock ImageHistology of Collagen & Muscle. Can you tell the difference between the collagen and muscle in this picture? Using the picrosirius red stain it's easy. TheHistology of bone & GAGs. The bone in this microscopic picture is articular cartilage found at the elbow joint of a mouse.  It has been stained with an Alcian Royalty Free Stock PhotosHistology of bone & GAGs. The bone in this microscopic picture is articular cartilage found at the elbow joint of a mouse. It has been stained with an AlcianHistology of muscle seen with H&E. This is noticeably skeletal muscle with it's distinct nuclei (purple) outside the muscle bundles (pink Stock ImageHistology of muscle seen with H&E. This is noticeably skeletal muscle with it's distinct nuclei (purple) outside the muscle bundles (pinkHistology of abnormal tissue (calcium). Calcium deposits can be viewed by staining the tissue with silver in the Von Kossa stain.  The calcium reduces the silver Stock PhotosHistology of abnormal tissue (calcium). Calcium deposits can be viewed by staining the tissue with silver in the Von Kossa stain. The calcium reduces the silverHistology of the Uterus. This photograph shows the relative amount of elastic fibers inside the uterus (black).  This tissue has been stained with the Verhoeff Stock PhotographyHistology of the Uterus. This photograph shows the relative amount of elastic fibers inside the uterus (black). This tissue has been stained with the VerhoeffHistopathology ofBasal Cell Carcinoma. This photograph is a close up of skin carcinoma stained with hematoxylin and eosin Stock PhotographyHistopathology ofBasal Cell Carcinoma. This photograph is a close up of skin carcinoma stained with hematoxylin and eosinHistopathology ofRound Cell Tumor. This photograph is a close up of skin with a round cell tumor stained with hematoxylin and eosin Stock PhotographyHistopathology ofRound Cell Tumor. This photograph is a close up of skin with a round cell tumor stained with hematoxylin and eosinIntestine with Aspergillus Fungus (Black). This is a microscopic picture of an intestine with aspergillus fungus (black).  It has been stained with the Stock ImageIntestine with Aspergillus Fungus (Black). This is a microscopic picture of an intestine with aspergillus fungus (black). It has been stained with theUmbilical Cord Stained with Picrosirius Red. This is a microscopic picture of umbilical cord Stained by a histologist with Picrosirius Red.  The red is collagen Stock PhotographyUmbilical Cord Stained with Picrosirius Red. This is a microscopic picture of umbilical cord Stained by a histologist with Picrosirius Red. The red is collagenKidney Stained with Pizzolato's for Calcium. This is a microscopic picture of a kidney with calcium oxalate deposits (black).  All other tissue components have Royalty Free Stock ImageKidney Stained with Pizzolato's for Calcium. This is a microscopic picture of a kidney with calcium oxalate deposits (black). All other tissue components have