fruit fly mutants

Vol. 07 – 2021 Spring

Different fly species?
These are in fact all the same fruit fly species Drosophila melanogaster.
Their different appearances are due to one or multiple genetic mutations, which lead to black bodies, white eyes, etc. There is one wild-type (normal) fly and mutant flies with 20 different phenotypes. Can you identify them all?
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肺胞オルガノイド

Vol.06 – Winter 2021

Floating bubbles?
These are 3D alveolar (lung) organoids or mini-organs generated from culturing mouse alveolar stem cells in a culture dish. The organoids can produce different types of alveolar cells.
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ショウジョウバエの細胞の陥入の蛍光写真

Vol.05 – Autumn 2020

Meadow of flowers in full bloom?
The initiation of cephalic furrow in the Drosophila embryo. This enigmatic structure appears only transiently and yet precisely during development.
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分子動力学シミュレーションしたタンパク質

Vol.04 – Spring 2020

On the cover:
Cytochrome protein containing heme moving in water. Snapshot from a simulation calculated by supercomputer MDGRAPE-4A.

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ミトコンドリアの電子顕微鏡像

Vol. 03 – Winter 2019

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Inside view of a cell captured by electron microscopy. Structure in grey is the nucleus, and structures in yellow and other colors are mitochondria…

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発生中の線虫の卵

Vol.02 – Summer 2019

On the cover:
3D microscopic images of C. elegans embryo. Nuclei of the approximately 350 cells in the embryo were labeled with a fluorescent marker …

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cover image of vol.1

Vol.01 – Spring 2019

On the cover:
Hair follicle stem cells, which are important for hair shaft generation, secrete extracellular matrix proteins that guide the connections …

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