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November 2022

Volume 21Issue 11
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Shown are two paired seminal vesicles from a Drosophila male. Seminal vesicles are the main storage organs and contain numerous fully mature sperm seen in this fluorescence micrograph as long, thin threads (green). The blue color comes from a DNA-specific dye. This image was reported in Garlovsky, Sandler, & Karr, Mol Cell Proteomics 2022, 21, 100281....
Shown are two paired seminal vesicles from a Drosophila male. Seminal vesicles are the main storage organs and contain numerous fully mature sperm seen in this fluorescence micrograph as long, thin threads (green). The blue color comes from a DNA-specific dye. This image was reported in Garlovsky, Sandler, & Karr, Mol Cell Proteomics 2022, 21, 100281.
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