New insights into life and death of red cells. Living red blood cells drift through a human coronary artery. This photograph was taken by scientists at Lawrence Radiation Laboratory, using the recently developed scanning electron microscope. Photograph circa 1963. John H. Lawrence Collection-6576. [Photograph by: Unknown]

Chicago citation style
Department of Energy. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Public Affairs Department. Strategic Resources Office. Photography Services. 2012-. New insights into life and death of red cells. Living red blood cells drift through a human coronary artery. This photograph was taken by scientists at Lawrence Radiation Laboratory, using the recently developed scanning electron microscope. Photograph circa 1963. John H. Lawrence Collection-6576. [Photograph by: Unknown]. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://catalog.archives.gov/id/39147540. (Accessed August 16, 2018.)
APA citation style
Department of Energy. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Public Affairs Department. Strategic Resources Office. Photography Services. 2012-, New insights into life and death of red cells. Living red blood cells drift through a human coronary artery. This photograph was taken by scientists at Lawrence Radiation Laboratory, using the recently developed scanning electron microscope. Photograph circa 1963. John H. Lawrence Collection-6576. [Photograph by: Unknown]. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America, http://catalog.archives.gov/id/39147540
MLA citation style
Department of Energy. Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Public Affairs Department. Strategic Resources Office. Photography Services. 2012-. Retrieved from the Digital Public Library of America <http://catalog.archives.gov/id/39147540>.
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