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Lung artery with erythrocytes, 100x
Cavia porcellus Guinea Pig
|Photographer: Sarah Werning
ID: 0000 0000 0707 1493 (2007-07-27)
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|date of photo Jul 9, 2007
notes Thin section of the lung showing the edge of an artery, Mallory-Azan stain. Taken at 100x. IB 131L slide #31. In this image, the artery is on the left and the bronchiole is on the right. In the artery, the thicker tunica media is stained pink. Smooth muscle and elastin fibers can be seen in the tunica media, but there are far fewer elastin fibers compared to elastic arteries. The thinner tunica externa is stained blue and can be seen in the lower right of this image. A spread of erythrocytes (red blood cells) can be seen in the lumen.camera Nikon D70, original resolution: 300dpi, 3008x2000pxls at 100x magnificationphoto category: Misc. - histology
Slide #31 - Lung, Artery, Erythrocytes, 100x
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