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Our featured image, acquired by Rossana Melo, shows a human eosinophil isolated from the peripheral blood using a negative immunomagnetic selection method and prepared for transmission electron microscopy (TEM). The euchromatin and heterochromatin of the polylobed nucleus were pseudocoloured in red and orange respectively. Secretory granules, seen as large containers in the eosinophil cytoplasm, were highlighted in blue with their typical crystalline core in purple. The image was acquired with a Tecnai G2 Spirit Bio Twin ThermoFisher Scientific (former FEI) electron microscope.

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Updated on 21 February 2024