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Image 1: DNA, the molecule of life: an illustration of the double helix. Credit:

Image 2: The preparation of culture media and all operations are made in the cell chamber laminar airflow under strictly aseptic conditions of the workplace. Credit: With permission from MorphoSys AG  ---

Image 3: A computer - controlled robot, in a high-throughput culture of embryonic stem cells. It performed a variety of large - scale manipulations (changing medium, collecting samples, picking colonies), for the determination of gene function in the human genome project. Credit: With permission from The Wellcome Trust Library, London - Nο B0006652 --

Image 4: Sophisticated software packages provide the tools - through comprehensive information management - for advanced monitoring and control of pilot cell culture and fermentation bioprocesses. Credit: With permission from Eppendorf AG -- B-1007a-INTL-1.rar (page 16)

Image 5: Two benchtop bioreactors: left, a CelliGen BLU model with single-use vessels for mammalian and animal cell lines in batch, fed-batch and continuous cultures; right, a BioFlo 310 compact autoclavable fermentor, 2.5 –14.0 liters, for batch, fed-batch and continuous cultures of bacteria, yeast or fungi with advanced controller and touchscreen interface capable of operating up to four reactors simultaneously. Credit: With permission from New Brunswick, an Eppendorf company -- New_Brunswick_2012.rar (pp 88 and 102, respectively)   

Image 6: A mature hematopoietic Burst Forming Unit Erythroid (BFU-E) progenitor colony, consisting of three cell aggregates with a total of 200-500 erythroblasts (200x). Credit: BReMeL

Image 7: Interweaving of stroma fibrocytes in a normal human bone marrow culture, ninety-two (92) days old (safranin staining - 400x). Credit: BReMeL      

Image 8: Colony with young adipocytes from a normal human bone marrow culture, 23 days old (400x). Credit: BReMeL

Image 9: A CFU-Meg hematopoietic progenitor colony with large-sized megakaryocytes, adjacent to a CFU-M colony with smaller yellowish - brown macrophages (200x). Credit: BReMeL

Image 10: A small group of red blood cells: In the center a transformed "spur cell” is illustrated, probably resulted from the fixation technique used to capture this electron microphotograph (7766x). Credit: Janice Haney Carr, CDC  in:

Image 11: Fluorescence microphotograph of mouse fibroblast cells: Two structural components - filamentous actin and microtubules are clearly distinguishable (1000x). Credit: With permission from Dr. Torsten Wittmann of The Scripps Research Institute, San Diego, California --




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