Seen in the Cell Image Library

The Cell Image Library (www.cellimagelibrary.org) is a freely accessible, easy-to-search, public repository of reviewed and annotated images, videos, and animations of cells. Portions of the Cell Image Library were developed by ASCB under a Grand Opportunities grant from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences  … Read more

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Seen in the Cell Image Library

ascb new Looking for new ways to stay up to date with the Cell Image Library? Check us out on Instagram at cell_image_library. Whether you are looking for that one perfect example for a lecture or a big data set to analyze, we can help.  … Read more

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Seen in THE CELL IMAGE LIBRARY

Looking for new ways to stay up to date with the Cell Image Library? Check us out on Instagram at cell_image_library. Whether you are looking for that one perfect example for a lecture or a big data set to analyze, we can help. Use our  … Read more

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Seen on THE CELL

Looking for new ways to stay up to date with the Cell Image Library? Check us out on Instagram at cell_image_library. Whether you are looking for that one perfect example for a lecture or a big data set to analyze, we can help. Use our  … Read more

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Looking for new ways to stay up to date with the Cell Image Library? Check us out on Instagram at cell_image_library. Whether you are looking for that one perfect example for a lecture or a big data set to analyze, we can help. Use our  … Read more

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The Cell Image Library has now been accessed from its 221st country, Greenland. Don’t forget if you are looking for big data cellular images, check out the Data Sets tab at the Cell Image Library. If you will be applying for a grant soon and  … Read more

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Looking for big data cellular images? Check out the Data Sets tab at the Cell Image Library. Don’t forget, if you are applying for a grant soon and your funder requires you to post all your data, we can help. We can handle big data:  … Read more

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  The Cell Image Library has now been accessed from 220 different countries, with Norfolk Island and the Cook Islands being the latest to join us. We have also had over 700,000 unique sessions. Looking to find cell images on the go? Don’t forget to  … Read more

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We are pleased to announce a name change: The Cell: An Image Library-CCDB is now the Cell Image Library. This reflects the full integration of the original The Cell: An Image Library with the Cell Centered Database into what is now truly one resource. We  … Read more

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Thank you to all who have helped us in our success. In just over five years The Cell has served 500,000 unique visitors who have visited 650,000 times and viewed over 2.5 million pages. The Cell has been accessed from 218 different countries. We thank  … Read more

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