Gallery

Cochlea with hair cells (GFP)

The snail shell-shaped part of the inner ear that houses hair cells. Credit: Holt Lab

Cover STM 2017

Cover of Science Translational Medicine July 8, 2015. For details see Askew et al.,2015. Credit: Charles Askew

JARO cover

Nature Biotechnology June 2017

Cover of Nature Biotechnology June 2017. For details, see: Koehler et al., 2017

Neuron Cover 2013

Cover of Neuron August 7, 2013. For details see Pan et al., 2013. Credit: Emily Mills.

Journal of Neuroscience 2004

Journal of Neuroscience Cover, December 8, 2004. Utricle hair bundles with actin shown in green and tubulin in blue. Credit: Gwenaelle Geleoc.

Neuron Cover 2007, Gwen Geleoc

Journal of Neuroscience Cover, December 19, 2007. Utricle hair bundles with actin shown in red and tubulin shown in green. Credit: Gwenaelle Geleoc

Utricle Hair Cells

Utricle hair cells actin shown in green and tubulin shown in blue. Credit: Gwenaelle Geleoc

Bioscapes Award Gwen Geleoc 2006

Utricle stained with actin (green), tubulin (blue) and a non-specific marker in red). Credit: Gwenaelle Geleoc

Bioscapes Honorable Mention 2006

Utricle stained with actin (red), Myosin 7a (green) and neurofilament (blue). Credit: Jessica Risner

Type 1 Vestibular Hair Cell

Type I vestibular hair cell with GFP shown in green, KCNQ4 shown in blue and actin in red. Credit: Jeff Holt

Cell Cover 2002

Cell Cover, February 8, 2002. Scanning electron micrograph of a utricle hair bundle. See Holt et al., 2002.

Neuron Cover 2005- Eric Stauffer

Neuron Cover, August 18, 2005. Chicken auditory hair bundles. See Stauffer et al., 2005.

Outer Hair Cells

Outer hair cells with GFP (green), actin in red and KCNQ4 in blue. Credit: Jeff Holt

Inner and Outer Hair Cells

AAV-GFP in inner and outer hair cells with hair bundles shown in red and GFP shown in green

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