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What’s your favourite PLOS Genetics issue image?

PLOS Genetics is celebrating its ten year anniversary in July. Over the last decade, we have seen some eye-catching issue images and we would like to know which one is your favourite. The winning image will then be featured on the PLOS Genetics’  homepage and Twitter account during the journal’s tenth anniversary week.

Take a look at the five images below, and let us know which is your favourite (or tell us about one you like which isn’t included) by taking the following survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/2X6R2XZ

Journal issue images are chosen by the Editors-in-Chief each month, and this selection was picked by the journal staff here in Cambridge, UK.

The last day of the survey is Friday 24th July, so vote soon!

 

Early sensory development in the inner ear
Early sensory development in the inner ear (January 2006). Image Credit: Amy Kiernan
Rolled thumb print
Rolled thumb print (September 2007). Image Credit: Sarah E. Medland

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

C albicans
Candida albicans colony morphology (December 2009). Image Credit: Oliver Homann and Jeanselle Dea
Drosophila testis
Reporter construct expression in Drosophila testis and male genital tract (June 2013). Image Credit: Helen White-Cooper

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Claudin 1
Claudin 1, E-cadherin and keratin 14 in the tail skin of a mouse (October 2014). Image Credit: Tia DiTommaso
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