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English: The image was designed for the Laboratory of Pharmacology at the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences. The five separate images represent the five primary areas of pharmacological research as defined by the individual group leaders of the Laboratory of Pharmacology. They are, from left to right, the brain, the kidneys, metabolism, free radicals and mitochondria, and membrane transport. The rainbow and prism represent photobiology and the beakers represent chemistry.
Date 22 February 2008 (original upload date)
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Author Original uploader was Miserlou at en.wikipedia
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