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This display of amazing images illustrates the nervous system’s structure and function. Modern computerized microscopy has provided a clearer view of the details of the many parts of the nervous system. Notice images of organs in other anatomic systems may be included on this board because they possess sensory neurons or are major targets of nervous system control.

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How the Brain Gets Ready To Remember

What happens in the hippocampus even before people attempt to form memories may impact whether they remember.

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Dr. Patricia Bath, 76, Who Took On Blindness and Earned a Patent, Dies - The New York Times

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Immune response in the human brain accurately measured for the first time ever. – Healthinnovations- Latest Innovative Health & Medical News

Scientists have long suspected that neuroinflammation caused by a reactive immune system could be tripping off the neurodegeneration seen in certain dementias, multiple sclerosis, and other deadly diseases of the … Continue Reading Immune response in the human brain accurately measured for the first time ever.

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How human cells 'hold hands'

A particular group of molecules in the brain's cerebral cortex disrupts how cells bind to each other to form neural circuitry, according to University of Iowa biologists.

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Neuroscience Fundamentals Glossary: Postsynaptic Integration

POSTSYNAPTIC INTEGRATION Excitatory postsynaptic potentials (EPSPs) • Depolarize the membrane. - Makes the membrane less negative. • Positive ions (ex. sodium) travel into the cell. Inhibitory postsynaptic potentials (IPSPs) • Hyperpolarize the

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Anatomy of the human brain complete with illustrations and references.

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The human brain in 'unprecedented' detail, thanks to powerful MRI - STAT

It didn’t hurt that the brain — from a 58-year-old woman — could stay in the MRI for 100 hours and was perfectly immobile.

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The human brain in 'unprecedented' detail, thanks to powerful MRI - STAT

It didn’t hurt that the brain — from a 58-year-old woman — could stay in the MRI for 100 hours and was perfectly immobile.

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Gray Matter vs White Matter

The brain is an immensely complex structure, but there are ways we can divide up its anatomical structure into more discrete parts. One common divider is to separate the brain’s gray and white matter. But what are these two structures? How different are they from each other? How significant, and physiologically relevant, is this divide?

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THE BRAIN FROM TOP TO BOTTOM

The Activation Sequence for the Motor Areas - The Brain From Top to Bottom

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Which Connections to Keep? How the Brain Makes Its Choice

Researchers used multi-spectral, high-resolution two-photon microscopy to literally watch potential synapses come and go in the visual cortex of mice - both in the light, or normal visual experience, and in the darkness, where there is no visual input. By comparing observations made in normal mice and ones engineered to lack CPG15, they were able to show that the protein is required in order for visual experience to facilitate the transition of nascent excitatory synapses to permanence.