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Human bronchial epithelial cells stained with actin (green), microtubules (red), and nucleus (blue). Credit: Eric Nturibi
MDCK cell infected with WSN H1N1 virus and stained with four distinct FISH probes sets to visualize four viral RNA segments (PB2, PB1, PA and NP) Credit: Seema Lakdawala
Cells infected with GFP-labeled flu virus are sad and green. credit: Seema Lakdawala
A549 cells expressing GFP-Rab11A infected with seasonal H1N1 and FISH stained for viral RNA (Red)/ Dapi is the nucleus. Credit: Eric Nturibi
A549 cells expressing GFP-Rab11A, stained for actin and MT. Dapi is the nucleus. Credit: Eric Nturibi
Human bronchial epithelial cells infected with seasonal H1N1 stained with FISH probes again one viral RNA segment (red), actin (purple), microtubules (green), and nucleus (blue). Credit: Eric Nturibi
A549 cell infected with WSN H1N1 virus and stained with three distinct FISH probes sets to visualize three viral RNA segments. Credit: Eric Nturibi