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Scanning EM Image of Hair Cells in the Utricle
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Scanning EM Image of Hair Cells in the Utricle

Scanning electron micrograph of the sensory epithelium in the utricle.
Radial Glia in the Optic Tectum
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Radial Glia in the Optic Tectum

Radial Glia form a scaffold to direct neuron migration during development.
Mouse Cerebellar Purkinje Neurons
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Mouse Cerebellar Purkinje Neurons

Z-projection of GFP-labelled purkinje cells in the mouse cerebellum imaged using 2-Photon laser microscopy.
19th Century Engraving of a Cross-Section of the Human Brain
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19th Century Engraving of a Cross-Section of the Human Brain

Engraving by Sir Charles Bell depicts the anatomy of a cross-section of a human brain within the skull.
Hippocampal Interneuron
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Hippocampal Interneuron

Image of a single hippocampal interneuron
Chemical Brainbow Labelling on the Fly
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Chemical Brainbow Labelling on the Fly

Genetically encoded chemical tags enable rapid labelling and imaging of fruit fly brain connectome.
Target C3 Complement in Astrocytes
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Target C3 Complement in Astrocytes

Biolegend have a range of C3 complement antibodies suitable for identifying an A1 astrocyte phenotype for investigating neurodegeneration and inflammation in the CNS.
If You Can't See It, Stretch It -Twice
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If You Can't See It, Stretch It -Twice

MIT researchers have developed a way to make extremely high-resolution images of tissue samples, at a fraction of the cost of other techniques that offer similar resolution.
Pathways in Parkinson's Disease
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Pathways in Parkinson's Disease

Parkinson’s disease (PD) affects millions of people worldwide. BioLegend provides highly specific antibodies for the study and detection of the proteins in the pathways underlying the disease.
Hippocampal PV Microcircuitry
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Hippocampal PV Microcircuitry

Hippocmapal parvalbumin-expressing interneurons are in red while sparse sunsets of CA1 pyramidal cells are in green
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