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medical illustration of Cancer visualization in mouse. Two molecules on the left - Hexafluorobenzene(HFB) and (c(RGDfk)-SH) - are used to make the molecule FRGD-TFB-RGD (right). This molecule has integrin receptor specific binding, accumulates in the tumour and then is used for tumour imaging.
Next medical illustration of Neuronal columns in zebrafish are structures found in optic tectum. Neurons are organized between synaptic neuropil (bottom left corner) and peripheral midbrain layer (upper right corner). Neurons arborize in areas immediately adjacent to the column. These structures facilitate neuronal processes.

Neuronal columns in zebrafish

Cancer visualization in mouse. Two molecules on the left - Hexafluorobenzene(HFB) and (c(RGDfk)-SH) - are used to make the molecule FRGD-TFB-RGD (right). This molecule has integrin receptor specific binding, accumulates in the tumour and then is used for tumour imaging.

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