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Neutrophils Reduce Cerebral Blood Flow in Mouse Model of Alzheimer's

News   Feb 12, 2019 | Original story from Cornell University

 
Alzheimer's and Neutrophil Adhesion in Brain Capillaries

Optical section of a whole mouse brain. Blood vessels are stained. Stitched images were acquired using a custom made light sheet fluorescence microscope. Image credit: Antonino Paolo Di Giovanna, Ludovico Silvestri, Marie Caroline Muellenbroich via Wikipedia Commons

 
 
 

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