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diagrams show that our neurons very closely resemble the structure of the universe.

diagrams show that our neurons very closely resemble the structure of the universe.

Formation of beta amyloid plaques that interfere with communication paths between neurons in the brain of an Alzheimer's patient

Formation of beta amyloid plaques that interfere with communication paths between neurons in the brain of an Alzheimer's patient

Even in normal range, high blood sugar linked to brain shrinkage -- ScienceDaily

Even in normal range, high blood sugar linked to brain shrinkage

Even in normal range, high blood sugar linked to brain shrinkage -- ScienceDaily

Astrocytes or astrocytic glial cells collectively form astroglia, star-shaped cells surrounding neurons in the brain and spinal cord, outnumbering neurons 50:1

Astrocytes or astrocytic glial cells collectively form astroglia, star-shaped cells surrounding neurons in the brain and spinal cord, outnumbering neurons 50:1

The Purpose of Feldenkrais for Those Without Pain

The Purpose of Feldenkrais for Those Without Pain

Motor neurons are crucial for movement, from the simplest step to the most complex dance.

Neuronal Inception by Negative Rain  Network of neurons from embryonic mouse brain after 7-day cell differentiation. Neuron-specific class III beta-tubulin stained in green, nucleii in blue. Axon-guiding and movement was provided by neurotrophins.    The animal died one week ago, but it brain cells live on and build up a whole new network with thousands and thousands of new neuronal conjunctions every day. Forming connections and generate synaptic transmissions all the time. Who knows what…

Neuronal Inception by Negative Rain Network of neurons from embryonic mouse brain after 7-day cell differentiation. Neuron-specific class III beta-tubulin stained in green, nucleii in blue. Axon-guiding and movement was provided by neurotrophins. The animal died one week ago, but it brain cells live on and build up a whole new network with thousands and thousands of new neuronal conjunctions every day. Forming connections and generate synaptic transmissions all the time. Who knows what…

Researchers from Princeton University and the University of California-San Diego recently found that an immune-system protein called MHCI, or major histocompatibility complex class I, moonlights in the nervous system to help regulate the number of synapses, which transmit chemical and electrical signals between neurons...

Researchers from Princeton University and the University of California-San Diego recently found that an immune-system protein called MHCI, or major histocompatibility complex class I, moonlights in the nervous system to help regulate the number of synapses, which transmit chemical and electrical signals between neurons...

Two-photon microscopy image of the mouse cerebellum. Credit: Alanna Watt and Michael Häusser, UCL [From Time Travel Through the Brain - Technology Review]

Two-photon microscopy image of the mouse cerebellum. Credit: Alanna Watt and Michael Häusser, UCL [From Time Travel Through the Brain - Technology Review]

Researchers from McGill University have artificially connected two neurons in the lab, the first step to creating a neural network.

Researchers from McGill University have artificially connected two neurons in the lab, the first step to creating a neural network.

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