What does a blood clot look like under a microscope?

Its author Fraser Macray, an employee of Leeds University (Great Britain), explains: everything that we see in the photo “The Clot Thickens” is a thrombus in the smallest details. A black and white image was obtained using an electron microscope, and then several types of cells Fraser highlighted in different colors for clarity. Red blood cells are shown in red, platelets are turquoise, and several types of white cells are “colored” in purple, blue and yellow.

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