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Colour ACHRI Lab Photos
Tyler Ruel took this picture in Dr. Peng Huang's lab of adult zebrafish skeletal muscles in high resolution. Huang's team works to understand the molecular and cellular mechanisms that regulate muscle regeneration.
This picture taken in Dr. Jiami Guo’s lab shows Bergmann glia in high resolution. Bergmann glia play a role in the development and function of the cerebellum. Guo's team works to identify fundamental principles governing the construction of neural circuits in development and disease.
This picture, taken by researcher Dr. Tom Whitesell, PhD, in Dr. Sarah Childs' lab, shows vascular smooth muscle cells developing in high resolution. These cells regulate vascular tone to maintain intravascular pressure and tissue perfusion. Childs' team works to discover angiogenesis, a process by which new blood vessels develop to determine how they are customized to deliver oxygen and nutrients to different organs.