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  1. Scanning EM of ciliated tracheal epithelium in a wild-type mouse. The cells are covered with cilia, all bending in a similar direction.

    Scanning EM of ciliated tracheal epithelium in a wild-type mouse. The cells are covered with cilia, all bending in a similar direction.

  2. Scanning EM of ciliated tracheal epithelium in a mouse that was homozygotic for a dynein heavy chain mutation. Note disorganization of ciliary bending in the homozygote.

    Scanning EM of ciliated tracheal epithelium in a mouse that was homozygotic for a dynein heavy chain mutation. Note disorganization of ciliary bending in the homozygote.

  3. Transmission EM of cilia cross-sections in the ciliated tracheal epithelium of a mouse that was heterozygotic for the dynein heavy chain mutation described above. The nine doublet microtubules display outer dynein arms.

    Transmission EM of cilia cross-sections in the ciliated tracheal epithelium of a mouse that was heterozygotic for the dynein heavy chain mutation described above. The nine doublet microtubules display outer dynein arms.

  4. Transmission EM of cilia cross-sections in the ciliated tracheal epithelium of a mouse that was homozygotic for the dynein heavy chain mutation described above. The nine doublet microtubules lack outer dynein arms.

    Transmission EM of cilia cross-sections in the ciliated tracheal epithelium of a mouse that was homozygotic for the dynein heavy chain mutation described above. The nine doublet microtubules lack outer dynein arms.

  5. Low magnification scanning EM of the embryonic node of an 8 day-old mouse embryo, showing monocilia extending from the nodal cells but not the larger, surrounding cells.

    Low magnification scanning EM of the embryonic node of an 8 day-old mouse embryo, showing monocilia extending from the nodal cells but not the larger, surrounding cells.

  6. High magnification scanning EM of the same embryonic node shown above of an 8 day-old mouse embryo, showing straight and curved monocilia extending from the nodal cells. Many microvilli, much smaller than the cilia, also protrude from each of the cells.

    High magnification scanning EM of the same embryonic node shown above of an 8 day-old mouse embryo, showing straight and curved monocilia extending from the nodal cells. Many microvilli, much smaller than the cilia, also protrude from each of the cells.

  7. Peripheral cytoplasm of a normal mouse muscle fiber is rich in typical mitochondria.

    Peripheral cytoplasm of a normal mouse muscle fiber is rich in typical mitochondria.

  8. Peripheral cytoplasm of one of two muscle fibers from a mouse with a conditional knockout for a gene involved in autophagy contains many degenerated organelles, most of them probably derived from mitochondria.

    Peripheral cytoplasm of one of two muscle fibers from a mouse with a conditional knockout for a gene involved in autophagy contains many degenerated organelles, most of them probably derived from mitochondria.

  9. Cytoplasm of normal mouse pancreatic islet β cell shows insulin-containing granules, compact mitochondria and small cisternae of the rough endoplasmic reticulum.

    Cytoplasm of normal mouse pancreatic islet β cell shows insulin-containing granules, compact mitochondria and small cisternae of the rough endoplasmic reticulum.

  10. In many β cells from a mouse with a conditional knockout for a gene involved in autophagy, the mitochondria and rough endoplasmic reticulum appear dilated.

    In many β cells from a mouse with a conditional knockout for a gene involved in autophagy, the mitochondria and rough endoplasmic reticulum appear dilated.

  11. Platinum replica of the cortical actin cytoskeleton of a CD36-positive hematopoetic cell showing a dense actin filament network. Arrow indicates a clathrin basket.

    Platinum replica of the cortical actin cytoskeleton of a CD36-positive hematopoetic cell showing a dense actin filament network. Arrow indicates a clathrin basket.

  12. Platinum replica of the cytoskeleton of an extracted PC12 cell growth cone at low magnification, showing the central core, the broad lamella and narrow protruding filopodia.

    Platinum replica of the cytoskeleton of an extracted PC12 cell growth cone at low magnification, showing the central core, the broad lamella and narrow protruding filopodia.

  13. A high magnification image of the same PC12 cell growth cone that is shown above reveals the actin filament network of the lamella and the actin filament cable of a filopodium.

    A high magnification image of the same PC12 cell growth cone that is shown above reveals the actin filament network of the lamella and the actin filament cable of a filopodium.

  14. Negative staining of adeno-associated virus grown in vitro. Capsids with dark centers are empty.

    Negative staining of adeno-associated virus grown in vitro. Capsids with dark centers are empty.

  15. Normal mitochondria in an HCT116 cell.

    Normal mitochondria in an HCT116 cell.

  16. Swollen mitochondria in a p53 knockout HCT116 cell.

    Swollen mitochondria in a p53 knockout HCT116 cell.

  17. Silver-enhanced immunogold labeling of a protein localized inside the mitochondria of 3T3 fibroblasts.

    Silver-enhanced immunogold labeling of a protein localized inside the mitochondria of 3T3 fibroblasts.

  18. Silver-enhanced immunogold labeling (black grains) of aquaporin-2, primarily localized on the apical plasma membrane of a kidney collecting duct epithelial cell line treated with vasopressin.

    Silver-enhanced immunogold labeling (black grains) of aquaporin-2, primarily localized on the apical plasma membrane of a kidney collecting duct epithelial cell line treated with vasopressin.

  19. Silver-enhanced immunogold labeling (black grains) of aquaporin-2, primarily localized on the membranes of cytoplasmic vesicles near the apical plasma membrane of a kidney collecting duct epithelial cell line after withdrawal of vasopressin.

    Silver-enhanced immunogold labeling (black grains) of aquaporin-2, primarily localized on the membranes of cytoplasmic vesicles near the apical plasma membrane of a kidney collecting duct epithelial cell line after withdrawal of vasopressin.

  20. Negative staining of exosomes (round vesicles approximately 100 nm in diameter) and long polymers of Tamm-Horsfall protein from urine.

    Negative staining of exosomes (round vesicles approximately 100 nm in diameter) and long polymers of Tamm-Horsfall protein from urine.

  • Scanning EM of ciliated tracheal epithelium in a wild-type mouse. The cells are covered with cilia, all bending in a similar direction.
  • Scanning EM of ciliated tracheal epithelium in a mouse that was homozygotic for a dynein heavy chain mutation. Note disorganization of ciliary bending in the homozygote.
  • Transmission EM of cilia cross-sections in the ciliated tracheal epithelium of a mouse that was heterozygotic for the dynein heavy chain mutation described above. The nine doublet microtubules display outer dynein arms.
  • Transmission EM of cilia cross-sections in the ciliated tracheal epithelium of a mouse that was homozygotic for the dynein heavy chain mutation described above. The nine doublet microtubules lack outer dynein arms.
  • Low magnification scanning EM of the embryonic node of an 8 day-old mouse embryo, showing monocilia extending from the nodal cells but not the larger, surrounding cells.
  • High magnification scanning EM of the same embryonic node shown above of an 8 day-old mouse embryo, showing straight and curved monocilia extending from the nodal cells. Many microvilli, much smaller than the cilia, also protrude from each of the cells.
  • Peripheral cytoplasm of a normal mouse muscle fiber is rich in typical mitochondria.
  • Peripheral cytoplasm of one of two muscle fibers from a mouse with a conditional knockout for a gene involved in autophagy contains many degenerated organelles, most of them probably derived from mitochondria.
  • Cytoplasm of normal mouse pancreatic islet β cell shows insulin-containing granules, compact mitochondria and small cisternae of the rough endoplasmic reticulum.
  • In many β cells from a mouse with a conditional knockout for a gene involved in autophagy, the mitochondria and rough endoplasmic reticulum appear dilated.
  • Platinum replica of the cortical actin cytoskeleton of a CD36-positive hematopoetic cell showing a dense actin filament network. Arrow indicates a clathrin basket.
  • Platinum replica of the cytoskeleton of an extracted PC12 cell growth cone at low magnification, showing the central core, the broad lamella and narrow protruding filopodia.
  • A high magnification image of the same PC12 cell growth cone that is shown above reveals the actin filament network of the lamella and the actin filament cable of a filopodium.
  • Negative staining of adeno-associated virus grown in vitro. Capsids with dark centers are empty.
  • Normal mitochondria in an HCT116 cell.
  • Swollen mitochondria in a p53 knockout HCT116 cell.
  • Silver-enhanced immunogold labeling of a protein localized inside the mitochondria of 3T3 fibroblasts.
  • Silver-enhanced immunogold labeling (black grains) of aquaporin-2, primarily localized on the apical plasma membrane of a kidney collecting duct epithelial cell line treated with vasopressin.
  • Silver-enhanced immunogold labeling (black grains) of aquaporin-2, primarily localized on the membranes of cytoplasmic vesicles near the apical plasma membrane of a kidney collecting duct epithelial cell line after withdrawal of vasopressin.
  • Negative staining of exosomes (round vesicles approximately 100 nm in diameter) and long polymers of Tamm-Horsfall protein from urine.
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