Fraud Blocker Skip to main content

Cell Structure Collection

"Exploring the Intricate World of Cell Structure: Unveiling the Wonders Within" Coloured SEM of mitochondria in ovarian cells

Background imageCell Structure Collection: Cell membrane, artwork C013 / 7467

Cell membrane, artwork C013 / 7467
Computer artwork of a cutaway view of the human cell membrane. The cell Membrane is a complex part of the cell that controls what can get in and out of the cell

Background imageCell Structure Collection: Coloured SEM of mitochondria in ovarian cells

Coloured SEM of mitochondria in ovarian cells
Mitochondria. Coloured Scanning Electron Micro- graph (SEM) of mitochondria and smooth endoplasmic reticulum in an ovarian granulosa- lutein cell

Background imageCell Structure Collection: Mitochondrion, TEM

Mitochondrion, TEM
Mitochondrion. Coloured transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of mitochondria (green/blue) in heart muscle. Mitochondria are organelles found in the cytoplasm of eukaryotic cells

Background imageCell Structure Collection: Immunofluorescent LM of fibroblast cell nuclei

Immunofluorescent LM of fibroblast cell nuclei
Cell nuclei. Immunofluorescent light micrograph of cultured fibroblast cells showing nuclei with " nucleolar necklaces"

Background imageCell Structure Collection: Animal cell structure

Animal cell structure. Artwork of a section through an animal cell. At lower centre is the nucleus, which contains the cells genetic information in the form of DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid)

Background imageCell Structure Collection: Bacillus bacterial genus

Bacillus bacterial genus

Background imageCell Structure Collection: Cell membrane lipid bilayer, artwork F007 / 1477

Cell membrane lipid bilayer, artwork F007 / 1477
Phospholipid bilayer. Computer artwork of the phospholipid bilayer that forms the membrane around all living cells. The cell membrane is made of phospholipid molecules

Background imageCell Structure Collection: Cell membrane ion channels, artwork C016 / 7689

Cell membrane ion channels, artwork C016 / 7689
Cell membrane ion channels. Computer artwork of a section through the membrane of an animal cell, showing transmembrane ion channel proteins (yellow)

Background imageCell Structure Collection: Sindbis virus capsid protein

Sindbis virus capsid protein, molecular model

Background imageCell Structure Collection: TEM of endoplasmic reticulum in mammalian cell

TEM of endoplasmic reticulum in mammalian cell
Rough endoplasmic reticulum. Transmission Electron Micrograph (TEM) of a section through a mammalian cell revealing rough endoplasmic reticulum (ER)

Background imageCell Structure Collection: Mitochondria, TEM

Mitochondria, TEM
Mitochondria. Coloured transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of mitochondria (red) in heart muscle. Mitochondria are organelles found in the cytoplasm of eukaryotic cells

Background imageCell Structure Collection: Conceptual image of centriole

Conceptual image of centriole

Background imageCell Structure Collection: Conceptual image of centrioles

Conceptual image of centrioles

Background imageCell Structure Collection: Coxsackie B3 virus particle F005 / 0692

Coxsackie B3 virus particle F005 / 0692
Coxsackie B3 virus particle, computer model

Background imageCell Structure Collection: Embryonic smooth muscle cell C018 / 8595

Embryonic smooth muscle cell C018 / 8595
Embryonic smooth muscle cell, immunofluorescence micrograph. Actin filaments are green, the protein vinculin is light blue. Actin is part of the cytoskeleton

Background imageCell Structure Collection: Cell membrane lipid bilayer, artwork F007 / 1479

Cell membrane lipid bilayer, artwork F007 / 1479
Phospholipid bilayer. Computer artwork of the phospholipid bilayer that forms the membrane around all living cells. The cell membrane is made of phospholipid molecules

Background imageCell Structure Collection: Cell membrane lipid bilayer, artwork F007 / 1480

Cell membrane lipid bilayer, artwork F007 / 1480
Phospholipid bilayer. Computer artwork of the phospholipid bilayer that forms the membrane around all living cells. The cell membrane is made of phospholipid molecules

Background imageCell Structure Collection: Cell membrane lipid bilayer, artwork F007 / 1478

Cell membrane lipid bilayer, artwork F007 / 1478
Phospholipid bilayer. Computer artwork of the phospholipid bilayer that forms the membrane around all living cells. The cell membrane is made of phospholipid molecules

Background imageCell Structure Collection: Cell membrane lipid bilayer, artwork F007 / 1475

Cell membrane lipid bilayer, artwork F007 / 1475
Phospholipid bilayer. Computer artwork of the phospholipid bilayer that forms the membrane around all living cells. The cell membrane is made of phospholipid molecules

Background imageCell Structure Collection: Cell membrane lipid bilayer, artwork F007 / 1474

Cell membrane lipid bilayer, artwork F007 / 1474
Phospholipid bilayer. Computer artwork of the phospholipid bilayer that forms the membrane around all living cells. The cell membrane is made of phospholipid molecules

Background imageCell Structure Collection: Cell membrane lipid bilayer, artwork F007 / 1473

Cell membrane lipid bilayer, artwork F007 / 1473
Phospholipid bilayer. Computer artwork of the phospholipid bilayer that forms the membrane around all living cells. The cell membrane is made of phospholipid molecules

Background imageCell Structure Collection: Phospholipids in a membrane, artwork

Phospholipids in a membrane, artwork
Phospholipids in a membrane. Computer artwork showing a row of phospholipid molecules in a cell membrane. Phospholipids consist of a phosphate group head (top)

Background imageCell Structure Collection: Phospholipid molecule, artwork

Phospholipid molecule, artwork
Phospholipid molecule. Computer artwork showing the structure of a phospholipid molecule. Phospholipids consist of a phosphate group head (top) and a fatty acid hydrophobic ( water-hating ) tail

Background imageCell Structure Collection: Cell membrane, artwork C016 / 0614

Cell membrane, artwork C016 / 0614
Computer artwork of a cutaway side view of the human cell membrane. The cell Membrane is a complex part of the cell that controls what can get in and out of the cell

Background imageCell Structure Collection: Cell membrane, artwork C016 / 0613

Cell membrane, artwork C016 / 0613
Computer artwork of a cutaway side view of the human cell membrane. The cell Membrane is a complex part of the cell that controls what can get in and out of the cell

Background imageCell Structure Collection: Cell membrane, artwork C016 / 0609

Cell membrane, artwork C016 / 0609
Computer artwork of a cutaway side view of the human cell membrane. The cell Membrane is a complex part of the cell that controls what can get in and out of the cell

Background imageCell Structure Collection: Cell membrane, artwork C016 / 0607

Cell membrane, artwork C016 / 0607
Computer artwork of a cutaway side view of the human cell membrane. The cell Membrane is a complex part of the cell that controls what can get in and out of the cell

Background imageCell Structure Collection: Cell membrane, artwork C016 / 0603

Cell membrane, artwork C016 / 0603
Computer artwork of a cutaway side view of the human cell membrane. The cell Membrane is a complex part of the cell that controls what can get in and out of the cell

Background imageCell Structure Collection: Animal cell, artwork C013 / 9985

Animal cell, artwork C013 / 9985
Animal cell. Computer artwork showing the cell organelles found inside a typical animal cell. The nucleus (large round) can be seen at centre

Background imageCell Structure Collection: Animal cell, artwork C013 / 9984

Animal cell, artwork C013 / 9984
Animal cell. Computer artwork showing the cell organelles found inside a typical animal cell. The nucleus (large round) can be seen at centre

Background imageCell Structure Collection: Cell membrane, artwork C013 / 7469

Cell membrane, artwork C013 / 7469
Computer artwork of a cutaway view of the human cell membrane. The cell Membrane is a complex part of the cell that controls what can get in and out of the cell

Background imageCell Structure Collection: Cell membrane, artwork C013 / 7468

Cell membrane, artwork C013 / 7468
Computer artwork of a cutaway view of the human cell membrane. The cell Membrane is a complex part of the cell that controls what can get in and out of the cell

Background imageCell Structure Collection: Cell membrane, artwork C013 / 4988

Cell membrane, artwork C013 / 4988
Cell membrane. Computer artwork of a section through an animal cell showing transmembrane proteins in the cell membrane. The membrane of the cell consists of a dual layer of phospholipids (dark blue)

Background imageCell Structure Collection: Cell membrane, artwork C013 / 4986

Cell membrane, artwork C013 / 4986
Cell membrane. Computer artwork of a section through an animal cell showing transmembrane proteins in the cell membrane. The membrane of the cell consists of a dual layer of phospholipids (dark blue)

Background imageCell Structure Collection: Japanese encephalitis virus protein

Japanese encephalitis virus protein. Molecular model of domain III, the main antigenic domain, of the Japanese encephalitis virus envelope protein

Background imageCell Structure Collection: Nodamura virus coat protein

Nodamura virus coat protein, molecular model

Background imageCell Structure Collection: Borna disease virus nucleoprotein

Borna disease virus nucleoprotein, molecular model

Background imageCell Structure Collection: Rous sarcoma virus capsid protein

Rous sarcoma virus capsid protein. Molecular model of the N-terminal domain of the Rous sarcoma virus capsid protein

Background imageCell Structure Collection: Artwork for tight and gap cell junctions

Artwork for tight and gap cell junctions
Illustrations of structural models for tight (left) and gap intercellular junctions. The plasma membranes of certain neighbouring cells are arranged so that the cells may interact in a specific way

Background imageCell Structure Collection: Freeze fracture micrograph of cell nucleus

Freeze fracture micrograph of cell nucleus
Cell nucleus. Freeze-fracture scanning electron micrograph of a cell from a parathyroid gland. In the lower left is the nucleus (orange), studded with nuclear pores

Background imageCell Structure Collection: Potassium channel molecular model

Potassium channel molecular model
Potassium channel research. Molecular model of the molecular structure of a KcsA potassium ion (K+) channel (brown spirals, centre) from a mouse (mus musculus)

Background imageCell Structure Collection: TEM of a cell nucleus membrane showing pores

TEM of a cell nucleus membrane showing pores
Cell nucleus membrane. Transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of a section through part of the nuclear membrane of a kidney cell revealing its nuclear pores

Background imageCell Structure Collection: Nucleus & other organelles of typical animal cell

Nucleus & other organelles of typical animal cell
Illustration showing the structural relationship between the endoplasmic reticulum (ER, pink) and nucleus (centre, spherical, with two nucleoli)

Background imageCell Structure Collection: Illustration of ion chanels in plasma membrane

Illustration of ion chanels in plasma membrane
Illustration of a model for the potassium and sodium ion channels through pores in the plasma membrane of an animal nerve cell: an example of active transport, where solutes (ions, sugars)

Background imageCell Structure Collection: Ultraviolet fluorescence micrograph animal cell

Ultraviolet fluorescence micrograph animal cell
Ultraviolet Fluorescence micrograph showing the microtubular network of an animal cell, made visible with fluorescent antibodies

Background imageCell Structure Collection: Illustration of the ultrastructure of a cell

Illustration of the ultrastructure of a cell
Illustration of the ultrastructure of a typical cell. The anatomical components of this cell are seen in three-dimensions and colour-coded

Background imageCell Structure Collection: Golgi apparatus, TEM

Golgi apparatus, TEM
Golgi apparatus. Coloured transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of Golgi apparatus, also known as Golgi bodies, (pink) in a macrophage white blood cell

Background imageCell Structure Collection: Col. freeze-fracture TEM of cell nucleus membrane

Col. freeze-fracture TEM of cell nucleus membrane
Cell nucleus membrane. Coloured freeze-fracture transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of part of the nuclear membrane of a liver cell



All Professionally Made to Order for Quick Shipping

"Exploring the Intricate World of Cell Structure: Unveiling the Wonders Within" Coloured SEM of mitochondria in ovarian cells: Witness the vibrant beauty and complexity of mitochondria, the powerhouses within our cells. Cell membrane, artwork C013 / 7467: Delve into the intricate structure of the cell membrane, a crucial barrier that protects and regulates cellular processes. Mitochondrion, TEM: Peer through the lens of a transmission electron microscope to uncover the detailed architecture of this vital organelle responsible for energy production. Immunofluorescent LM of fibroblast cell nuclei: Illuminate your understanding as fluorescent markers reveal fibroblast cell nuclei, shedding light on their role in tissue repair and maintenance. Animal cell structure: Embark on an exploration into animal cell structure – a complex network comprising various organelles working harmoniously to sustain life. Cell membrane lipid bilayer, artwork F007 / 1477: Dive deep into this artistic representation showcasing how lipids arrange themselves to form a dynamic double-layered boundary around cells. Cell membrane ion channels, artwork C016 / 7689: Discover how specialized proteins create pathways known as ion channels across cell membranes facilitating communication and transport between cells. Sindbis virus capsid protein: Unlocking secrets at a molecular level, witness the captivating structure of Sindbis virus capsid protein – an essential component for viral replication within host cells. Mitochondria, TEM: Explore further with transmission electron microscopy as it reveals intricate details about these energy-producing organelles found in abundance throughout our bodies' cells. Bacillus bacterial genus: Journey into microbial realms by exploring Bacillus bacterial genus - unravelling their unique cellular structures that enable them to thrive in diverse environments. Conceptual image of centriole (s).