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How do neurons become neurons? They all begin as stem cells, undifferentiated and with the potential to become any cell in the body.

How do neurons become neurons? They all begin as stem cells, undifferentiated and with the potential to become any cell in the body.

Microbiology Virtual Event | Labroots | Virtual Events, Webinars and Videos - Microbiology Register Now for Sep 2-3, 2015.  BioConference Live brings the Microbiology research community together online through live video webcasts and real-time virtual networking. Attendees will have the chance to discover new concepts, tools and techniques that they can apply to their own research and diagnosis.

Microbiology Virtual Event | Labroots | Virtual Events, Webinars and Videos - Microbiology Register Now for Sep 2-3, 2015. BioConference Live brings the Microbiology research community together online through live video webcasts and real-time virtual networking. Attendees will have the chance to discover new concepts, tools and techniques that they can apply to their own research and diagnosis.

Early embryonic development of the central nervous system. Panels A-D depict early development (at the third and fourth weeks of gestation) in which the neural plate (A), neural groove (B), and neural tube (C) are formed from the dorsal surface of the embryo. The left side of each panel depicts the developing embryo in a dorsal view, and the right side shows cross sections through the nervous system cut at the levels indicated by the arrows. Note also the cells formed from differentiated…

Early embryonic development of the central nervous system. Panels A-D depict early development (at the third and fourth weeks of gestation) in which the neural plate (A), neural groove (B), and neural tube (C) are formed from the dorsal surface of the embryo. The left side of each panel depicts the developing embryo in a dorsal view, and the right side shows cross sections through the nervous system cut at the levels indicated by the arrows. Note also the cells formed from differentiated…

consequences of drugs on your brain? Read Now & Share!  #infographic #drugabuse #addiction #drugsonthebrain neurotransmission #depression #addictivedrugs #drugs

consequences of drugs on your brain? Read Now & Share! #infographic #drugabuse #addiction #drugsonthebrain neurotransmission #depression #addictivedrugs #drugs

Flagship Brain Project Releases Neuro-Computing Tools  The Human Brain Project asks wider neuroscience community to start using its hardware and software

Flagship Brain Project Releases Neuro-Computing Tools The Human Brain Project asks wider neuroscience community to start using its hardware and software

Neuroanatomy: Aging of the Brain Gray and White Matter

Neuroanatomy: Aging of the Brain Gray and White Matter

Development of the forebrain. (A-D) Medial views of four different stages of development of the cerebral hemispheres and their fusion with the diencephalon. Note the C-shaped arrangement of the telencephalic structures, including the hippocampus and fornix as well as the basal ganglia complex formed later in development. (E and F) Cross-sectional diagram taken from levels indicated in panels A and D illustrating how the cerebral hemispheres are formed at different stages of development. Note…

Development of the forebrain. (A-D) Medial views of four different stages of development of the cerebral hemispheres and their fusion with the diencephalon. Note the C-shaped arrangement of the telencephalic structures, including the hippocampus and fornix as well as the basal ganglia complex formed later in development. (E and F) Cross-sectional diagram taken from levels indicated in panels A and D illustrating how the cerebral hemispheres are formed at different stages of development. Note…

A study of 36 patients with brainstem lesions revealed that the majority of those in comas had damage in a specific area of the brainstem, while most conscious patients did not. The identification of the areas of the brain responsible for consciousness could lead to new treatment options for patients in comas or vegetative states.

A study of 36 patients with brainstem lesions revealed that the majority of those in comas had damage in a specific area of the brainstem, while most conscious patients did not. The identification of the areas of the brain responsible for consciousness could lead to new treatment options for patients in comas or vegetative states.

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