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Golgi stained Purkinje cells-Cerebellar cortex: Camillo Golgi discovered a method of staining nervous tissue which would stain a limited number of cells at random, in their entirety. This enabled him to view the paths of nerve cells in the brain for the first time. He called his discovery the black reaction (in Italian, reazione nera), which later received his name: Golgis method or Golgi stain.

Camillo Golgi discovered a method of staining nervous tissue which would stain a limited number of cells at random, in their entirety. This enabled him to view the paths of nerve cells in the brain.

Multipolar neurons. Light micrograph of a cluster of multipolar nerve cells (neurons) from the grey matter of a human spinal cord. The processes leading away from the cell bodies are dendrites.

light micrograph of a cluster of multipolar nerve cells (neurons) from the grey matter of a human spinal cord. the processes leading away from the cell bodies are dendrites.

Developing nerve cells...I just cannot get over the marvel of the making of our bodies...

Developing nerve cells Torsten Wittmann, University of California, San Francisco These developing mouse nerve cells have a nucleus (yellow).

Silver technique to show fungi (black fibrous appearance)

Silver technique to show fungi (black fibrous appearance)

HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS Ukrainian Artist Alexey...

devidsketchbook: “HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS Ukrainian Artist Alexey Kashpersky (behance) - “Many days I tried to find a composition solution, playing with the model. All attempts were not.

Brain - neuron

Breath Taking Microscopic Images

A neuron from the hippocampus at 63-times magnification. There are approximately 100 billion neurons in the human brain. Image by Dr. Carlo Sala, CNR Institute of Neuroscience.

It's pretty awesome to see an actual neuron and be able to identify it's components A neuron from the hippocampus at magnification. There are approximately 100 billion neurons in the human brain. Image by Dr. Carlo Sala, CNR Institute of Neuroscience

Human skin cells......#hiphop #beats updated daily => http://www.beatzbylekz.ca

Calendula officinalis Extracts Protect against Induced Chromosome Damage on HacaT Human Skin Cells

Tapeworm Dipylidium

caninum egg packet, containing 8 visible eggs, in a wet mount. Right: Adult tapeworm of D. The scolex of the worm is very narrow and the proglottids, as they mature, get larger.

Santiago Ramón y Cajal. Capas 1ª y 2ª de la corteza olfativa de la circunvolución del hipocampo   del niño, n. 1901. © Herederos de Ramón y Cajal

Autism: what have we learned from the dyslexia movement

"Brains are gorgeous at the right magnification", says Mark Miller on his "neuro" set of photos in flickr. Self-described as an intracellular recording artist, Miller shows images of a mouse's neuronal network.    Covering different areas of the brain such as the cingulated cortex or motor cortex, the images are quite impressive, particularly since the neurons connecting in the brain resemble the large-scale structure of the universe.

"Brains are gorgeous at the right magnification", says Mark Miller. His images are quite impressive, particularly since the neurons connecting in the brain resemble the large-scale structure of the universe.

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