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    Edit: Hurray for the GFP Nobel Prize. Aside from just green, it is a wonderful rainbow of tools providing results...

    20X magnification of the somatosensory cortex of a mouse brain slice. These little guys have green flourescent protein (GFP) from a jelly-fish expressed in a subset of their neurons. Layer V neuron cell bodies are the teardrop shaped things at the bottom and then the dendrite reaches up like a tree to then bifurcate near the top (pial surface).

    TheAlieness GiselaGiardino²³, and 16 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Anterograde ages ago | reply

      tres cool.

    2. galieshinie 115 months ago | reply

      SICK!!!! GFP is so cool.

    3. schizoform 115 months ago | reply

      awesome. which brain area?

    4. animusvirtus 95 months ago | reply

      How can i see the dendrites .... there are only axons and somes....
      Beautiful pic

    5. andreajaneg 28 months ago | reply

      Great picture! May I forward a link to my fellow students in our Coursera "Drugs and the Brain" class, please?

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