Science is the poetry of Nature.







Contributing Authors
Despite being kept in the same lab conditions, these human colon cells make differing amounts of the protein beta-catenin (green) in their nuclei (blue).

Credit: Curtis Thorne and Chonlarat (“Pearl”) Wichaidit

Despite being kept in the same lab conditions, these human colon cells make differing amounts of the protein beta-catenin (green) in their nuclei (blue).

Credit: Curtis Thorne and Chonlarat (“Pearl”) Wichaidit

  1. dystopiancircus reblogged this from scinerds
  2. micropoetics reblogged this from scinerds
  3. saangel reblogged this from scinerds
  4. life-is-go0d reblogged this from scinerds
  5. mnemonology reblogged this from scinerds
  6. neogeshel reblogged this from physicsgirl
  7. beckz0rz-archive reblogged this from sfoviayyztomorrowlieswest
  8. sfoviayyztomorrowlieswest reblogged this from scinerds
  9. parexus reblogged this from kenobi-wan-obi
  10. physicsgirl reblogged this from scinerds and added:
    They look like opals!
  11. thatfirearrow reblogged this from kenobi-wan-obi
  12. adhpid reblogged this from scinerds
  13. earthstars reblogged this from kenobi-wan-obi
  14. kenobi-wan-obi reblogged this from scinerds
  15. scinerds posted this