The EACR Image of the Month highlights both scientifically and visually stimulating cancer research images from EACR members.
Congratulations to our May winner Atena Malakpour, a 1st year PhD student from the Department of Biology at Lund University in Sweden. She sent this beautiful immunofluorescence image of JIMT-1 breast cancer cells and human dermal fibroblasts.
We wish to thank our panel of reviewers for their help in selecting the winning image.
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This picture shows an immunofluorescence image of JIMT-1 breast cancer cells and human dermal fibroblasts co-cultured for one week in a 3D polycaprolactone cell culture model. JIMT-1 cells preferentially made small clusters and tend to grow separately from the fibroblast with a higher proliferation rate. Fibroblasts specifically express vimentin (red, Alexa 594) while JIMT-1 cells do not (Ki67: green, Alexa 488). Cell nuclei were stained with bis-benzamide (blue). Images were taken with an Olympus AX70 fluorescence microscope.
Submitted by: Atena Malakpour, 1st year PhD student, Department of Biology, Lund University, Sweden
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