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GLIOMA (Brain  Tumor) CELLS:       APICTURE GALLERY
Immunfluorescence staining of the human glioma cell lineU251.
A single human glioma cell (U-118 MG).
Mitochondrial Network in Human Brain Glioma CellCultures.
A glioma (green) grows in a mouse brain. The gliomacells express a biological marker (in red) indicating theirtransformati...
Human glioblastoma cells.
Glioma (brain tumor) cells.
Human brain glioma (U-118 MG) cells.
Gross anatomy of a glioblastoma, the most aggressivetype of malignant glioma.
Scanning electron micrograph of glioma cells(yellow) migrating along a large blood vessel in thebrain cortex.
Glioma is a rare type of tumor that has its origins in the glialcells.
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  1. 1. GLIOMA (Brain Tumor) CELLS: APICTURE GALLERY
  2. 2. Immunfluorescence staining of the human glioma cell lineU251.
  3. 3. A single human glioma cell (U-118 MG).
  4. 4. Mitochondrial Network in Human Brain Glioma CellCultures.
  5. 5. A glioma (green) grows in a mouse brain. The gliomacells express a biological marker (in red) indicating theirtransformation into stem cells.CREDIT: Eric Bushong
  6. 6. Human glioblastoma cells.
  7. 7. Glioma (brain tumor) cells.
  8. 8. Human brain glioma (U-118 MG) cells.
  9. 9. Gross anatomy of a glioblastoma, the most aggressivetype of malignant glioma.
  10. 10. Scanning electron micrograph of glioma cells(yellow) migrating along a large blood vessel in thebrain cortex.
  11. 11. Glioma is a rare type of tumor that has its origins in the glialcells.

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