15 more memorable images from 15 years of the BMC series

Perhaps unsurprisingly, choosing just 15 images to highlight from the over 87,000 articles the BMC series has published over the last 15 years proved a difficult task. So, as we continue our 15th anniversary celebrations, we hope you will indulge us as we look back on 15 more memorable images from the past 15 years.

Head et al. BMC Biophysics 2011Snapshots of steady states in yeast mitotic spindles. From Head et al. 2011 BMC BiophysicsSpindles and active vortices in a model of confined filament-motor mixtures

Govindarajan and Overbeek BMC Developmental Biology 2006

Fate mapping studies in the cranium of OVE1070 transgenic mice. From Govindarajan & Overbeek 2006 BMC Developmental BiologyFGF9 can induce endochondral ossification in cranial mesenchyme

Harzsch and Hansson BMC Neuroscience 2008Higher magnifications of the protocerebrum and median deutocerebrum of the hermit crab. From Harzsch & Hansson 2008 BMC Neuroscience “Brain architecture in the terrestrial hermit crab Coenobita clypeatus (Anomura, Coenobitidae), a crustacean with a good aerial sense of smell

Miwa et al. BMC Genetics 2006The Japanese quail with wild-type (A) and panda (B) plumage color. From Miwa et al. 2006 BMC GeneticsMapping of panda plumage color locus on the microsatellite linkage map of the Japanese quail”

Matysik and Kraut BMC Research Notes 2014Image created by the software package TrackArt. From Matysik & Kraut 2014 BMC Research NotesTrackArt: the user friendly interface for single molecule tracking data analysis and simulation applied to complex diffusion in mica supported lipid bilayers

Hadjantonakis et al. BMC Biotechnology 2002Dual non-invasive reporter visualization in embryos and adult mice. From Hadjantonakis et al. 2002 BMC BiotechnologyEmbryonic stem cells and mice expressing different GFP variants for multiple non-invasive reporter usage within a single animal

Weisbecker and Nilsson BMC Evolutionary Biology 2008Foot of Derby’s woolly opossum. From Weisbecker & Nilsson 2008 BMC Evolutionary BiologyIntegration, heterochrony, and adaptation in pedal digits of syndactylous marsupials

Langford et al. BMC Cell Biology 2006Junctional staining of the colon cancer cell line Caco-2. From Langford et al. 2006 BMC Cell BiologyExamination of actin and microtubule dependent APC localisations in living mammalian cells

Hornblad et al 2013 BMC Plant BiologyThe expression pattern of PpGT47A in the moss Physcomitrella. From Hörnblad et al. 2013 BMC Plant BiologyPartial functional conservation of IRX10 homologs in physcomitrella patens and Arabidopsis thaliana indicates an evolutionary step contributing to vascular formation in land plants

Ángyán et al. BMC Structural Biology 2010Ribbon representation of the disordered PDE γ subunit. From Ángyán et al. 2010 BMC Structural Biology CoNSEnsX: an ensemble view of protein structures and NMR-derived experimental data

Stevens et al. BMC Evolutionary Biology 2007Burrow structures of several species of Exoneura bees. From Stevens et al. 2007 BMC Evolutionary BiologyEvolution of sociality by natural selection on variances in reproductive fitness: evidence from a social bee

Temereva and Tsitrin BMC Developmental Biology 2013

Organization of muscular system in larvae of the horseshoe worm Phoronopsis harmeri. From Temereva & Tsitrin 2013 BMC Developmental BiologyDevelopment, organization, and remodeling of phoronid muscles from embryo to metamorphosis

Di Franco et al. BMC Microbiology 2002Colony mutants of the bacteria Bacillus mycoides. From Di Franco et al. 2002 BMC MicrobiologyColony shape as a genetic trait in the pattern-forming Bacillus mycoides

Rinaldi et al. BMC Veterinary Research 2013 Margherito, an adult male spur-thighed tortoise, with a fractured jaw surgically repositioned. From Rinaldi et al. 2013 BMC Veterinary ResearchPhysical reparative treatment in reptiles

Jiao et al. BMC Genetics 2007Phenotypic assay of normal and lbab mice. From Jiao et al. 2007 BMC GeneticsA single nucleotide mutation in Nppc is associated with a long bone abnormality in lbab mice

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