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Choose from 26 pictures in our October collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.

Steve Claridge Featured October Print

Steve Claridge

Birmingham City's Steve Claridge

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TEM of human lymphocyte blood cell Featured October Print

TEM of human lymphocyte blood cell

Lymphocyte. Transmission Electron Micrograph of a human lymphocyte, a type of white blood cell involved in the body's immune response. The large darker area is the nucleus, which contains the chromosomes. The dark oval areas are mitochondria, which provide the cell with energy from aerobic respiration. There are 2 main types of lymphocyte: T-cells and B-cells. T-cells are derived from the thymus gland and give rise to a cell-mediated response, by destroying pathogens (as cytotoxic or killer T-cells) & by summoning killer macrophages. B-cells are made in the bone marrow & provide an immune response by secreting specific antibodies. Magnification: x29, 700 at 10x8 inch size


Coloured X-ray of a human knee joint (side view) Featured October Print

Coloured X-ray of a human knee joint (side view)

Knee joint. Coloured X-ray of a healthy human knee joint in side view, seen while bent. Two bones meet at the knee, forming a joint that works like a hinge. At top is the large femur (thigh-bone), which articulates with the tibia (shin-bone) at bottom. The patella or kneecap (centre left) is a triangular protective bone at the front of the knee held in position by muscles and tendons. Two discs of protective cartilage (not clearly visible) cover the surfaces of the femur and tibia to reduce friction between these bones. The round bottom surface of the femur forms a narrow ridge that moves through a groove in the tibia. This allows hinge movement, with slight rotation