Author's statement: Our lab incorporates a fundamental approach in pro-life regenerative medicine using stem cells. These stem cells which maintain homeostasis are abundantly available in almost every part of our living system. Here we are showing the adherence of Stem Cells seeded on Gelatin-Genipin cross-linked Hydrogel through actin network secreted by the growing cells. Fluorescent marker-phalloidin stains this actin filament and cells are counter stained by Dapi which stains the nucleus blue.
This image was submitted by Keiko Suzuki, junior in Chemical Engineering, as part of the Image of Research competition sponsored by the University of Kansas Libraries. It was selected as the Visual Impact Award winner for 2015.
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