How human cells 'hold hands'
A particular group of molecules in the brain's cerebral cortex disrupts how cells bind to each other to form neural circuitry, according to University of Iowa biologists.
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This neuronal stem cell culture shows a rainbow of differentiation, with fluorescent tags that separate stem cells (orange/yellow) from their neuronal "offspring" (blue/green/purple).
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De Rerum Natura
Sim, Portugal inventou uma versão da Internet há 500 anos, segundo o "New York Times" de 29 de Junho: aqui (inscrição necessária). O artigo descreve a exposição sobre os Descobrimentos portugueses que se encontra patente em Washington. Eis o começo para abrir o apetite: Portugal, Conquering and Also Conquered By HOLLAND COTTER WASHINGTON, June 22 — A little-known fact: A version of the Internet was invented in Portugal 500 years ago by a bunch of sailors with names like Pedro, Vasco and…
Wen-Jun Gao Laboratory Images | Department of Neurobiology and Anatomy - College of Medicine
Images related to the Wen-Jun Gao Laboratory at Drexel University College of Medicine.
CIL:39956, Rattus norvegicus, Purkinje cell. CIL. Dataset
A Purkinje neuron from the cerebellum of an adult rat, injected with Lucifer Yellow. The elaborate, highly branched dendritic arbor is revealed in th...
Neurons in cerebral cortex of a six day old rat | 1996 Photomicrography Competition
Brad Miller - Neurons in cerebral cortex of a six day old rat