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Beautiful image of a brainstem using Brainbow neuroimaging

Description: Montage image of a brain stem from a Brainbow transgenic mouse.

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Image of the Day: Rodent Retina The nerve fiber layer of a mouse retina: glial cells are green, ganglion DNA and RNA are orange, optic nerve fibers are red, and actin in blood vessels is blue.

Brain cells, fluorescence micrograph

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Harvard scientists map most complicated terrain in the universe - the inside of the human brain

Land of dreams: Harvard scientists map most complicated terrain in the universe - the inside of the brain

Harvard scientists map the inside of the human brain as a magnetic resonance scanner builds the first interior brain maps.

Purkinje neurons play an essential role in motor function. Here the Purkinje neurons reach their arbor-like dendrites into the molecular layer of the developing cerebellum of a mouse. The mostly green cells at the bottom left are cerebellar granule cells, which relay information from the nervous system to the Purkinje neurons.

medicalschool: “ Purkinje neurons play an essential role in motor function. Here the Purkinje neurons reach their arbor-like dendrites into the molecular layer of the developing cerebellum of a mouse. The mostly green cells at the bottom left are.

Even more neural stem cells - Image of the Week - September 14, 2015  CIL:48108 - http://www.cellimagelibrary.org/images/48108  Differentiated rat neural stem cells stained for β III-Tubulin (in green) to reveal neurons, GFAP (in red) to reveal glial cells, and DAPI (in blue) to label nuclei.  Natalie Prigozhina  Attribution Only: This image is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License

Neural Stem Cells by Daniel Schroen, Cell Applications Inc

So this is an amazing thing we talked about in bio the other day. It’s a method called Brainbow. It’s really hard to track neurons when they can get so long and tangly, as you can see in this light microscopy of a mouse hippocampus, so scientists can...

" - Harvard scientists use a genetic technique that enables them to visualize complete neuronal circuits in unprecedented detail, by using multiple distinct colors to label individual neurons.

Image: The hippocampus is the key memory-forming center of the brain and displays high rates of neurogenesis even in adults. Here individual neurons of the dentate gyrus, a layer of the hippocampus, project their dendrites to the outer layer, where they receive input from the cortex. Neurogenesis occurs inside the "V," where neurons are born and then migrate outward toward the dentate gryus.

MIT discovers the location of memories: Individual neurons. By triggering a single neuron, researchers were able to force a subject [a mouse] to recall a specific memory. By removing this neuron, the subject would lose that memory.

Brainbow...Multicolored mossy fibers, which are one major type of axon in the cerebellum. Mossy fibers relay information from outside the cerebellum.

Multicolored mossy fibers, which are one major type of axon in the cerebellum. Mossy fibers relay information from outside the cerebellum.

Neurons or Pollock? Scientists Create Technicolor 'Brainbow'    Colorful "Gray Matter"    These neurons sit in the cerebral cortex, often referred to as the gray matter for the area's color in non-living specimens. These cortical neurons are involved in higher-thought processes and perception of different senses.

Neurons or Pollock? Scientists Create Technicolor 'Brainbow'

Neurons of the cerebral cortex. These neurons are responsible for the higher thought processes found in mammals. Image by Jean Livet.

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once your mind becomes weak and you start "Caining It" guess then what biological chemistry starts CRAVING IT ?

Células de Purkinje en el cerebelo

Triple fluorescent labeled section; Purkinje neurons are labeled green, the glia are labeled blue and cell nuclei are labeled red.

The hippocampus with outlying structures.

The richly layered hippocampus is where memories are made ( mouse brain) Credit: Tamily Weissman, Jeff Lichtman and Joshua Sanes / Abrams Books

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