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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).

Here is What Memory Looks Like in the Brain by sci-news.com: Researchers Don Arnold et al engineered microscopic probes that light up synapses in a living neuron. The fluorescent markers allow them to see live excitatory and inhibitory synapses for the first time and, importantly, how they change as new memories are formed. This image shows a living mouse neuron in culture: green dots indicate excitatory synapses; red dots indicate inhibitory synapses. #Neuroscience #Memory

This image shows a living neuron in culture: green dots indicate excitatory synapses; red dots indicate inhibitory synapses (Don Arnold)

Neuron tree possibility - I like the electricity.

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✯ Nerve cells and glial cells, coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM). The nerve cells have small cell bodies (orange) and fine extensions called axons and dendrites (brown). The glial cells have large cell bodies (blue) with thicker extensions (pale green). Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. Glial cells are nervous system cells that provide the neurons with structural support and…

Neurons and glial cells, colored SEM. The nerve cells have small cell bodies (orange) and fine extensions called axons and dendrites (brown). The glial cells have large cell bodies (blue) with thicker extensions (pale green).

Second-harmonic generation microscopy image of a primary cultured Aplysia neuron stained with the membrane dye DHPESBP. (From Optical Recording of Action Potentials with Second-Harmonic Generation Microscopy, Daniel A. Dombeck et al.)

Second-harmonic generation microscopy image of a primary cultured Aplysia neuron stained with the membrane dye DHPESBP. (From Optical Recording of Action Potentials with Second-Harmonic Generation Microscopy, Daniel A. Dombeck et al.

Neurons growing in a cell culture These time lapse animations use phase contrast microscopy to show neural stem cells in a nutrient medium for 4 hours. They reveal the dynamic growth and recycling of dendrites and synapses as neurons establish relationships with each other. The social behavior of these cells creates the incredible properties of the mind and brain. Credit: University of Victoria Medical Sciences

the-science-llama: “ infinity-imagined: “ Neurons growing in a cell culture These time lapse animations use phase contrast microscopy to show neural stem cells in a nutrient medium for 4 hours.

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