With the advancement of tools and technology, the scientific community has made successful discoveries and powerful observations. Through the use of an improved method of light microscopy, one can view tissue samples at higher magnification and with greater detail than has every been possible before. This new technique allows for observations that may have once been obscured by material and instrumentation limitations. The corresponding images to the following arguments can be found on the Gallery page of this website.

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