Acetylated tubulin in sensory neuron endings in the cornea.
An isolated spinal sensory neuron (yellow), regenerating axons (red) on an underlying tissue section of peripheral nerve (green) are seen here in tissue culture.
Myelination in the sciatic nerve.
This fluorescence micrograph has been stained with a neurofillament stain to highlight a developing cranial ganglion.
Mouse brain capillaries.
Measles infection in a brain cell nucleus.
This light mircrograph shows a section of spinal cord from a rat stained with silver stain.
This fluorescence micrograph highlights cells in the cerebellum, a brain region important for balance and movement.
A single neuron is seen here in the midbrain of an adult transgenic zebrafish.
Neurogenesis is the process by which neurons are generated from neural stem and progenitor cells.
News Sep 17, 2019