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This image of mouse skin was taken with a Carl Zeiss LSM710 confocal microscope. Fluorescent antibodies were used to label structural features of the skin, highlighting the complexity of this organ's architecture. Cell nuclei are shown in blue, while Laminin in orange and Podoplanin in red outline the tissue's vasculature and fibroblast network, and ER-TR7 (green) delineates the basement membrane which separates epidermis and dermis. Image taken by Dr Ali Zaid (Mueller/Heath lab).
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News and Events
- The following staff from our Department & The Peter Doherty Institute have recently been elected Fellows of the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences. Our congratulations to Professor James McCluskey, Laureate Professor Peter Doherty and Director of the Doherty Institute Professor Sharon Lewin.
- Monday 27 April 3.00pm - Special Research Seminar
Associate Professor Domenico Tortorella
Mount sinai Hospital, New York, NY, USA
"Development of high-throughput platforms for identification of novel cytomegalovirus therapeutics"
Host: Professor Jose Villadangos
- Tuesday 28 April 12.30pm - Research Seminar
A/Prof David Tscharke
School of Biology, ANU
"An obsession with presentation. Why we need to know everything presented on MHC-I during virus infection"
Host: Dr Thomas Gebhardt