Vertebrate development of zebra fish

The Sive Lab studies vertebrate development, using frogs and zebra fish (pictured) because they are amenable to genetic, molecular, and live imaging approaches. The red in the photo is actin, the blue nuclei, the green ER.

Jessica Chang, Sive Lab
Jessica Chang, Sive Lab
Muscle progenitors differentiation

Researchers in the Weinberg Lab captured this stunning photo showing the different stages of skeletal muscle differentiation. As the muscle progenitors differentiate, their color changes from green to red to pink.

Zuzana Keckesova, Weinberg Lab
Zuzana Keckesova, Weinberg Lab
Dr. Matthew Vander Heiden consults with members of his lab. An assistant profess

Dr. Matthew Vander Heiden consults with members of his lab. An assistant professor of biology, Vander Heiden has been honored with the Damon Runyon-Rachleff Innovation Award.

Bill Gallery
Bill Gallery

Conducting their investigations at world-class facilities, MIT Biology researchers are working at the frontier of molecular inquiry making vital contributions in genetics, genomics, and computational biology.

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