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 November 12, 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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