Flemming Christens Mitosis | Zeiss Microscopy 

Approximately 125 years before FUCCI imaging, German anatomist Walther Flemming (not to be confused with Alexander Fleming, the Scottish biologist who discovered Penicillin) was laying down the foundation of modern cell biology by deciphering the major steps of the cell cycle. With new dyes (i.e, aniline) to stain Chromosomen and essentially only the sun to illuminate his microscope, Flemming documented remarkable details of nuclear dynamics during mitosis, describing the process similar to how we think of it today.

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