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Metabolomic Eye by Bryan Jones

Bryan William Jones is a retinal neuro- scientist and photographer whose scientific work involves disorders of retinal degeneration and how those diseases affect the wiring and structure of the retina. Bryan’s photographs have been shown in PBS, The Washington Times, Wired, World Politics Review, Warship International, and Combat Aircraft, and in the Museum für Gestaltung Zürich and art installations and performance art, including Waves of Mu. See more of Bryan’s work at: prometheus.med.utah.edu/~bwjones/

This image is a series of three 200 nanometer thick sections of a mouse eye through each layer of the retina, illustrating the complex nature of the over 70 types of cells that make up a mammalian eye. Each physical section has been cut with a diamond knife, thinner than the wavelength of light. Each section is probed with an engineered antibody for a single amino acid, in this case taurine, glutamine and glutamate and assigned to red, green and blue color channels respectively, generating the composite computational image.

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printed on 8.5′x 11″ Red River Polar Pearl Metallic
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