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December 07, 2007



One of beautifullest blood photos I've seen. HOw did you take it?


I didn't -- I've credited the photo to the people responsible: Jürgen Berger and Dr. Peter Overath at the Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology. Clicking on the photo will bring you to the issue of PNAS where it graced the cover -- their paper may have more details on the methods they used to take the picture.

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