Top: Superresolution image (i.e. SIM technology) by Carolina Tängemo, CCI, showing mitochondria stained with Mitotracker Red. Acquired at the Elyra PS.1.
Top (2): 3D multiphoton image of the penetration of sulforhodamine in normal skin. By Carl Simonsson, Department of Chemistry, Göteborg University.
Middle: HELA cells infected with Adenovirus 5 expressing green flourescent protein and the subunit B from Haemophilus ducreyi cytolethal distending toxin (HdCDT). The infected cells (green) are stained with DAPI (nuclei in blue) and an antibody to HdCDT (red). The image was acquired with the LSM 510 META microscope, using 63x/1.4 oil objective. By Teresa Lagergård and Julia Fernández-Rodríguez, Department of Microbiology, Göteborg University and CCI
Bottom: Collagen fibers in dermis layer from a human skin sample, seen by autofluorescence. The image was taken by Maria Smedh, CCI, using LSM710NLO.