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What Lies Beneath? Understanding Art Using Science

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Top: Scenes From the Life of Saint John the Baptist, Bottom: Cross section of paint layers.

Top: Scenes From the Life of Saint John the Baptist (Francesco Granacci; ca. 1506-1507), egg tempera, oil, and gold on wood; 77.6151.1 cm.
Bottom: Cross section of paint layers from Scenes from the Life of Saint John the Baptist, 20x objective, DIC light.

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Top: The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Purchase of Gwynne Andrews, Harris Brisbane Dick, Dodge, Fletcher, and Rogers; funds from various donors; gift from Ella Morris de Peyster and Mrs. Donald Oenslager; and gifts in memory of Robert Lehman, 1970 (1970.134.1) Image The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Bottom: Image The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Department of Scientific Research.


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Top: ELISA plate after the enzyme-catalyzed color reaction; bottom: positive reaction in one well.

Top: ELISA plate after the enzyme-catalyzed color reaction. The colored product indicates the presence of a protein or gum of interest to researchers. Bottom: Schematic diagram of a positive reaction in one well of the ELISA plate.

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Schematic diagram of Indirect ImmunoSERS Assay.

Schematic diagram of Indirect ImmunoSERS Assay.

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Photo of Julie Arslanoglu, Department of Scientific Research, Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Julie Arslanoglu, Associate Research Scientist, Department of Scientific Research, Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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Photo of John Loike, Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons.

John Loike, Ph.D., Co-Director of Graduate Studies Department Physiology & Cellular Biophysics, Columbia University, College of Physicians and Surgeons.

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Photo of Dina Georgas (left) and Stephanie Zaleski (right), Metropolitan Museum of Art interns.

Dina Georgas (left) and Stephanie Zaleski (right), Barnard College undergraduates, interns of the Department of Scientific Research at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

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