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Blood vessel and mitochondria in a mouse heart viewed under microscope

February 23, 2018

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Blood vessel and mitochondria in a mouse heart viewed under microscope

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Blood vessel (red) in a mouse heart and mitochondria (green) in an adjacent heart muscle cell as viewed under an electron microscope.

Photo: Brian Glancy, NHLBI

The NIH Record

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Staff Writers:

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Dana Talesnik
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