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"Our Cells, Our Selves".

 

Images For Print

All images below are 300 dpi, they are available in color and in black/white (indicated by "B/W").

Islet cells
Islet cells in the pancreas
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Islet cells
Obelia in the ocean
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Islet cells
Sylvie finds herself in the tree of Life
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Islet cells
Phagocytosis
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Islet cells
Immune cells tend to concentrate near the lining of the digestive tube.
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Islet cells

Four images from the storyboard. Top left: prokaryotes in the ocean; top right: immune cells near the lining of the gut in the primitive fish; bottom left: immune cells in the sponge; bottom right: Sylvie points to the human species in the phylogenetic tree.
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Videos for Broadcast

The videos below are broadcast quality. They can be used freely for press purposes with credit information to "Regenerative Medicine Partnership for Education."For best use, save to your local computer - this may take a few minutes.

Islet cells

Filename: Islet.avi
Duration: 22 sec
Description: Confused T-cells attack and destroy healthy islet cells in the pancreas.


Islet cells
Filename: Obelia.avi
Duration: 8 sec
Description: Obelia swallows a multicellular creature.


Islet cells
Filename: TreeOfLife.avi
Duration: 24 sec
Description: The phylogenetic tree grows above an ancient Earth, showing the emerging complexity of Life forms over time.

Islet cells
Filename: SwallowingCells.avi
Duration: 24 sec
Description: Eukaryotic cell swallows a particle.


Islet cells
Filename: GutLining.avi
Duration: 14 sec
Description: Immune cells concentrate near the gut lining, as its absorbent character makes it an easier point of entry to harmful particles.




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