Epithelial cells line surfaces and cavities throughout the body, forming skin, glands, and tracts. This mouse embryo has been genetically engineered to allow for the visualization of epithelial cells, showing the pattern of whisker placement on the face.
Image by Evan Heller, Rockefeller University.
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Epithelial cells line surfaces and cavities throughout the body, forming skin, glands, and tracts. This mouse embryo has been genetically engineered to allow for the visualization of epithelial cells, showing the pattern of whisker placement on the face.

Image by Evan Heller, Rockefeller University.

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