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Stock Photo #4268R-4092, Electrons spinning around nucleus of an atom
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Electrons spinning around nucleus of an atom
Stock Photo #824-104483, POLIOMYELITIS. POLIOMYELITIS Pontine histopathology due to the affects of poliomyelitis. Photomicrograph of the pons at the level of the CN VI nucleus, (Abducens N.), from a patient with Type III poliomyelitis.
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POLIOMYELITIS. POLIOMYELITIS Pontine histopathology due to the affects of poliomyelitis. Photomicrograph of the pons at the l...
POLIOMYELITIS. POLIOMYELITIS Pontine histopathology due to the affects of poliomyelitis. Photomicrograph of the pons at the level of the CN VI nucleus, (Abducens N.), from a patient with Type III poliomyelitis.
Stock Photo #4252-4144, Drawing of a cell and its nucleus
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Drawing of a cell and its nucleus
Stock Photo #4268R-11256, Illustration of nucleus of Hydrogen-2 and nucleus of Hydrogen-3 fusing and forming nucleus of Helium-4, expelling a neutron (nuclear fusion)
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Illustration of nucleus of Hydrogen-2 and nucleus of Hydrogen-3 fusing and forming nucleus of Helium-4, expelling a neutron (...
Illustration of nucleus of Hydrogen-2 and nucleus of Hydrogen-3 fusing and forming nucleus of Helium-4, expelling a neutron (nuclear fusion)
Stock Photo #4298-1002, Capsella (Schefflera) embryo in ovary, magnification, imaged enhanced
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Capsella (Schefflera) embryo in ovary, magnification, imaged enhanced
Stock Photo #4239R-1434, The Andromeda Galaxy (NGC 224) is a spiral galaxy located in the constellation Andromeda
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The Andromeda Galaxy (NGC 224) is a spiral galaxy located in the constellation Andromeda
Stock Photo #824-59056, BRAIN REWARD SYSTEM. The brain reward pathway is indispensable to the survival because it associates the execution of vital functions with strong sensations of satisfaction. The ventral tegmental area VTA, receives informations which indicate the level of satisfaction, then analysis and transmits this information thanks to a chemical messenger, the dopamine, to the nucleus accumbens, the septum, the amygdala and the prefrontal cortex. The nucleus accumbens acts on the striatum which commands our
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BRAIN REWARD SYSTEM. The brain reward pathway is indispensable to the survival because it associates the execution of vital f...
BRAIN REWARD SYSTEM. The brain reward pathway is indispensable to the survival because it associates the execution of vital functions with strong sensations of satisfaction. The ventral tegmental area VTA, receives informations which indicate the level of satisfaction, then analysis and transmits this information thanks to a chemical messenger, the dopamine, to the nucleus accumbens, the septum, the amygdala and the prefrontal cortex. The nucleus accumbens acts on the striatum which commands our
Stock Photo #824-70434, BRAIN REWARD SYSTEM. The brain reward pathway is indispensable to the survival because it associates the execution of vital functions with strong sensations of satisfaction. The ventral tegmental area VTA, receives informations which indicate the level of satisfaction, then analysis and transmits this information thanks to a chemical messenger, the dopamine, to the nucleus accumbens, the septum, the amygdala and the prefrontal cortex. The nucleus accumbens acts on the striatum which commands our
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BRAIN REWARD SYSTEM. The brain reward pathway is indispensable to the survival because it associates the execution of vital f...
BRAIN REWARD SYSTEM. The brain reward pathway is indispensable to the survival because it associates the execution of vital functions with strong sensations of satisfaction. The ventral tegmental area VTA, receives informations which indicate the level of satisfaction, then analysis and transmits this information thanks to a chemical messenger, the dopamine, to the nucleus accumbens, the septum, the amygdala and the prefrontal cortex. The nucleus accumbens acts on the striatum which commands our
Stock Photo #1530R-2003, A couple playing with their son in grassy field.
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A couple playing with their son in grassy field.
Stock Photo #4341-109, Mouse Cells in Distress, Microscopic View
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Mouse Cells in Distress, Microscopic View
Stock Photo #4128R-33696, Nucleosome, molecular model. A nucleosome is a subunit of chromatin, the substance that forms chromosomes. It consists of a short length of DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid, red and blue helix) wrapped around a core of eight histone proteins (centre). Here the secondary structure of the proteins is shown. The structure of the nucleosome allows large quantities of DNA, the genetic material, to be packaged into a cell's nucleus.
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Nucleosome, molecular model. A nucleosome is a subunit of chromatin, the substance that forms chromosomes. It consists of a s...
Nucleosome, molecular model. A nucleosome is a subunit of chromatin, the substance that forms chromosomes. It consists of a short length of DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid, red and blue helix) wrapped around a core of eight histone proteins (centre). Here the secondary structure of the proteins is shown. The structure of the nucleosome allows large quantities of DNA, the genetic material, to be packaged into a cell's nucleus.
Stock Photo #4341-127, Cancer Cells Surviving Starvation, Microscopic View
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Cancer Cells Surviving Starvation, Microscopic View
Stock Photo #824-98883, BRAIN REWARD SYSTEM. The brain reward pathway is indispensable to the survival because it associates the execution of vital functions with strong sensations of satisfaction. The ventral tegmental area VTA, receives informations which indicate the level of satisfaction, then analysis and transmits this information thanks to a chemical messenger, the dopamine, to the nucleus accumbens, the septum, the amygdala and the prefrontal cortex. The nucleus accumbens acts on the striatum which commands our
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BRAIN REWARD SYSTEM. The brain reward pathway is indispensable to the survival because it associates the execution of vital f...
BRAIN REWARD SYSTEM. The brain reward pathway is indispensable to the survival because it associates the execution of vital functions with strong sensations of satisfaction. The ventral tegmental area VTA, receives informations which indicate the level of satisfaction, then analysis and transmits this information thanks to a chemical messenger, the dopamine, to the nucleus accumbens, the septum, the amygdala and the prefrontal cortex. The nucleus accumbens acts on the striatum which commands our
Stock Photo #4128R-1152, Atomic structure. Conceptual computer artwork of electron orbit paths as rings around the central nucleus yellow of an atom.
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Atomic structure. Conceptual computer artwork of electron orbit paths as rings around the central nucleus yellow of an atom.
Stock Photo #4409-62248, ARTE PRERROMANICO. ESPAÑA. IGLESIAS PRERROMANICAS DE TERRASSA. (Antiguo nucleo visigodo de Egara). IGLESIA DE SANT PERE (SAN PEDRO). Siglos VIII-X. Decoración del ábside central con retablo de piedra, donde se conservan restos pintóricos del S. XI. Terrasa. Vallés Occidental. Provincia Barcelona. Cataluña.
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ARTE PRERROMANICO. ESPAÑA. IGLESIAS PRERROMANICAS DE TERRASSA. (Antiguo nucleo visigodo de Egara). IGLESIA DE SANT PERE (SAN ...
ARTE PRERROMANICO. ESPAÑA. IGLESIAS PRERROMANICAS DE TERRASSA. (Antiguo nucleo visigodo de Egara). IGLESIA DE SANT PERE (SAN PEDRO). Siglos VIII-X. Decoración del ábside central con retablo de piedra, donde se conservan restos pintóricos del S. XI. Terrasa. Vallés Occidental. Provincia Barcelona. Cataluña.
Stock Photo #4378-2691, Multipolar neuron with multiple extensions.
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Multipolar neuron with multiple extensions.
Stock Photo #824-46421, BRAIN REWARD SYSTEM. The brain reward pathway is indispensable to the survival because it associates the execution of vital functions with strong sensations of satisfaction. The ventral tegmental area VTA, receives informations which indicate the level of satisfaction, then analysis and transmits this information thanks to a chemical messenger, the dopamine, to the nucleus accumbens, the septum, the amygdala and the prefrontal cortex. The nucleus accumbens acts on the striatum which commands our
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BRAIN REWARD SYSTEM. The brain reward pathway is indispensable to the survival because it associates the execution of vital f...
BRAIN REWARD SYSTEM. The brain reward pathway is indispensable to the survival because it associates the execution of vital functions with strong sensations of satisfaction. The ventral tegmental area VTA, receives informations which indicate the level of satisfaction, then analysis and transmits this information thanks to a chemical messenger, the dopamine, to the nucleus accumbens, the septum, the amygdala and the prefrontal cortex. The nucleus accumbens acts on the striatum which commands our
Stock Photo #4128R-33944, Androgen receptor. Molecular model of the DNA-binding region of an androgen receptor (pink and yellow) complexed with DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid, blue and red). Androgen receptors are nuclear receptors that are activated by binding of either of the androgenic (male sex) hormones testosterone or dihydrotestosterone. Binding of the hormones to the androgen receptor translocates it to the nucleus where it binds DNA to switch on genes that code for the development of male reproductive organs and sec
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Androgen receptor. Molecular model of the DNA-binding region of an androgen receptor (pink and yellow) complexed with DNA (de...
Androgen receptor. Molecular model of the DNA-binding region of an androgen receptor (pink and yellow) complexed with DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid, blue and red). Androgen receptors are nuclear receptors that are activated by binding of either of the androgenic (male sex) hormones testosterone or dihydrotestosterone. Binding of the hormones to the androgen receptor translocates it to the nucleus where it binds DNA to switch on genes that code for the development of male reproductive organs and sec
Stock Photo #1848-20207, Atomium Brussels Belgium Worldfamous Monument of a iron atomic nucleus
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Atomium Brussels Belgium Worldfamous Monument of a iron atomic nucleus
Stock Photo #1530R-2032, A toddler walking between his mother and father.
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A toddler walking between his mother and father.
Stock Photo #4286-33708, The Staples Center and the Los Angeles downtown
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The Staples Center and the Los Angeles downtown
Stock Photo #1832R-11691, Mast cells
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Mast cells
Stock Photo #4239R-1030, NGC 2683, Unbarred Spiral Galaxy in Lynx
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NGC 2683, Unbarred Spiral Galaxy in Lynx
Stock Photo #4128R-21832, Caudate nucleus. Computer artwork of the brain showing the caudate nucleus red, which is involved in memory and learning.
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Caudate nucleus. Computer artwork of the brain showing the caudate nucleus red, which is involved in memory and learning.
Stock Photo #1899-12352, Brainstem, basal ganglia, lateral ventricles and cerebellum
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Brainstem, basal ganglia, lateral ventricles and cerebellum
Stock Photo #824-118576, ANATOMY OF THE BRAIN. Anatomy of the brain. The right hemisphere light grey, the caudate nucleus, putamen and globus pallidus yellow, the thalamus light blue, the amygdala pink, the hippocampus purple, the hypothalamus dark blue, the lateral ventricles grey blue, the olfactory bulbs light green, the fornix green, the cingulate cortex blue, the optical nerves orange.
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ANATOMY OF THE BRAIN. Anatomy of the brain. The right hemisphere light grey, the caudate nucleus, putamen and globus pallidus...
ANATOMY OF THE BRAIN. Anatomy of the brain. The right hemisphere light grey, the caudate nucleus, putamen and globus pallidus yellow, the thalamus light blue, the amygdala pink, the hippocampus purple, the hypothalamus dark blue, the lateral ventricles grey blue, the olfactory bulbs light green, the fornix green, the cingulate cortex blue, the optical nerves orange.
Stock Photo #1832R-11433, Cell internal structure
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Cell internal structure
Stock Photo #4409-62246, ARTE PRERROMANICO. ESPAÑA. IGLESIAS PRERROMANICAS DE TERRASSA. (Antiguo nucleo visigodo de Egara). Vista del ABSIDE tribulado prerrománico de la IGLESIA DE SANT PERE (SAN PEDRO). Siglos VIII-X. Terrasa. Vallés Occidental. Provincia Barcelona. Cataluña.
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ARTE PRERROMANICO. ESPAÑA. IGLESIAS PRERROMANICAS DE TERRASSA. (Antiguo nucleo visigodo de Egara). Vista del ABSIDE tribulado...
ARTE PRERROMANICO. ESPAÑA. IGLESIAS PRERROMANICAS DE TERRASSA. (Antiguo nucleo visigodo de Egara). Vista del ABSIDE tribulado prerrománico de la IGLESIA DE SANT PERE (SAN PEDRO). Siglos VIII-X. Terrasa. Vallés Occidental. Provincia Barcelona. Cataluña.
Stock Photo #4239R-9364, Conceptual image of stratified squamous epithelium.
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Conceptual image of stratified squamous epithelium.
Stock Photo #1530R-2035, A baby taking first steps.
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A baby taking first steps.
Stock Photo #824-126303, Illustration of cystic fibrosis. It is characterised by thick, viscous mucus that prevents the digestive and respiratory tracts from functioning normally. The left-hand outline shows the organs affected by the illness: - The skin : abnormal sweat which is 3 to 5 times more salty. - The lungs : viscous mucus sticks to the bronchial tubes, making breathing difficult and increasing bronchial, viral and particularly bacterial infections. - The liver : affected in 15% to 20% of cases, thick bile bloc
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Illustration of cystic fibrosis. It is characterised by thick, viscous mucus that prevents the digestive and respiratory trac...
Illustration of cystic fibrosis. It is characterised by thick, viscous mucus that prevents the digestive and respiratory tracts from functioning normally. The left-hand outline shows the organs affected by the illness: - The skin : abnormal sweat which is 3 to 5 times more salty. - The lungs : viscous mucus sticks to the bronchial tubes, making breathing difficult and increasing bronchial, viral and particularly bacterial infections. - The liver : affected in 15% to 20% of cases, thick bile bloc
Stock Photo #4268R-5679, Digital illustration of direction of dopamine flow, nucleus accumbens, basal ganglia and ventral tegmental area highlighted in human brain
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Digital illustration of direction of dopamine flow, nucleus accumbens, basal ganglia and ventral tegmental area highlighted i...
Digital illustration of direction of dopamine flow, nucleus accumbens, basal ganglia and ventral tegmental area highlighted in human brain
Stock Photo #4389-419, New Stars Arise in a Sea of Red
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New Stars Arise in a Sea of Red
Stock Photo #824-118902, ANATOMY OF THE BRAIN. Anatomy of the brain. The right hemisphere light grey, the caudate nucleus, putamen and globus pallidus yellow, the fornix green, the indusium griseum dark green, the thalamus light blue, the hippocampus purple, the amygdala pink, the hypothalamus dark blue, the olfactory bulbs light green, lateral ventricles grey blue, the corpus callosum light yellow.
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ANATOMY OF THE BRAIN. Anatomy of the brain. The right hemisphere light grey, the caudate nucleus, putamen and globus pallidus...
ANATOMY OF THE BRAIN. Anatomy of the brain. The right hemisphere light grey, the caudate nucleus, putamen and globus pallidus yellow, the fornix green, the indusium griseum dark green, the thalamus light blue, the hippocampus purple, the amygdala pink, the hypothalamus dark blue, the olfactory bulbs light green, lateral ventricles grey blue, the corpus callosum light yellow.
Stock Photo #824-17213, BRAIN REWARD SYSTEM. The brain reward pathway is indispensable to the survival because it associates the execution of vital functions with strong sensations of satisfaction. The ventral tegmental area VTA, receives informations which indicate the level of satisfaction, then analysis and transmits this information thanks to a chemical messenger, the dopamine, to the nucleus accumbens, the septum, the amygdala and the prefrontal cortex. The nucleus accumbens acts on the striatum which commands our
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BRAIN REWARD SYSTEM. The brain reward pathway is indispensable to the survival because it associates the execution of vital f...
BRAIN REWARD SYSTEM. The brain reward pathway is indispensable to the survival because it associates the execution of vital functions with strong sensations of satisfaction. The ventral tegmental area VTA, receives informations which indicate the level of satisfaction, then analysis and transmits this information thanks to a chemical messenger, the dopamine, to the nucleus accumbens, the septum, the amygdala and the prefrontal cortex. The nucleus accumbens acts on the striatum which commands our
Stock Photo #1832R-10837, Cell internal structure
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Cell internal structure
Stock Photo #4239R-465, Implosion of a Sun with visible solar system and planets
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Implosion of a Sun with visible solar system and planets
Stock Photo #824-119209, ANATOMY OF THE BRAIN. Anatomy of the brain. The caudate nucleus, the putamen, the globus pallidus yellow, the fornix green, the thalamus light blue, the hypothalamus dark blue, the hippocampus purple, the amygdala pink, the mammillary body dark yellow, the olfactory bulbs light green.
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ANATOMY OF THE BRAIN. Anatomy of the brain. The caudate nucleus, the putamen, the globus pallidus yellow, the fornix green, t...
ANATOMY OF THE BRAIN. Anatomy of the brain. The caudate nucleus, the putamen, the globus pallidus yellow, the fornix green, the thalamus light blue, the hypothalamus dark blue, the hippocampus purple, the amygdala pink, the mammillary body dark yellow, the olfactory bulbs light green.
Stock Photo #4298-1015, Longitudinal section of fir needle that was damaged before full growth was attained, magnification 100x
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Longitudinal section of fir needle that was damaged before full growth was attained, magnification 100x
Stock Photo #824-47592, BRAIN REWARD SYSTEM. The brain reward pathway is indispensable to the survival because it associates the execution of vital functions with strong sensations of satisfaction. The ventral tegmental area VTA, receives informations which indicate the level of satisfaction, then analysis and transmits this information thanks to a chemical messenger, the dopamine, to the nucleus accumbens, the septum, the amygdala and the prefrontal cortex. The nucleus accumbens acts on the striatum which commands our
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BRAIN REWARD SYSTEM. The brain reward pathway is indispensable to the survival because it associates the execution of vital f...
BRAIN REWARD SYSTEM. The brain reward pathway is indispensable to the survival because it associates the execution of vital functions with strong sensations of satisfaction. The ventral tegmental area VTA, receives informations which indicate the level of satisfaction, then analysis and transmits this information thanks to a chemical messenger, the dopamine, to the nucleus accumbens, the septum, the amygdala and the prefrontal cortex. The nucleus accumbens acts on the striatum which commands our
Stock Photo #4239R-9858, Messier 106, a spiral galaxy in the constellation Canes Venatici.
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Messier 106, a spiral galaxy in the constellation Canes Venatici.
Stock Photo #4239R-6191, NGC 3521, spiral galaxy in Leo.
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NGC 3521, spiral galaxy in Leo.
Stock Photo #4268R-10628, Digital illustration of male human brain
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Digital illustration of male human brain
Stock Photo #4268R-5625, Digital cross section illustration of medial nucleus and lateral superior olive in human brain
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Digital cross section illustration of medial nucleus and lateral superior olive in human brain
Stock Photo #4341-135, Genetically Engineered Cell, Microscopic View
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Genetically Engineered Cell, Microscopic View
Stock Photo #824-109848, SIGHT. SIGHT Path of the nervous information in transversal cut_away view, from the retina to the visual cortex, passing through the lateral geniculate nuclei yellow ellipses and optic radiations in grey.
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SIGHT. SIGHT Path of the nervous information in transversal cut_away view, from the retina to the visual cortex, passing thro...
SIGHT. SIGHT Path of the nervous information in transversal cut_away view, from the retina to the visual cortex, passing through the lateral geniculate nuclei yellow ellipses and optic radiations in grey.
Stock Photo #1598R-154763, Nucleic Acids Inside a Cell's Nucleus
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Nucleic Acids Inside a Cell's Nucleus
Stock Photo #1530R-2010, Studio portrait of a mother and baby.
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Studio portrait of a mother and baby.
Stock Photo #4391-113, Cells in the blood stream. The bi-concave disks are red blood cells or erythrocytes. The white cell with the dark purplish, multi-lobed nucleus is a neutrophil, a type of white blood cell or leukocyte. The smaller spikey objects are platelets. Digital illustration by Donald Bliss.
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Cells in the blood stream. The bi-concave disks are red blood cells or erythrocytes. The white cell with the dark purplish, m...
Cells in the blood stream. The bi-concave disks are red blood cells or erythrocytes. The white cell with the dark purplish, multi-lobed nucleus is a neutrophil, a type of white blood cell or leukocyte. The smaller spikey objects are platelets. Digital illustration by Donald Bliss.
Stock Photo #4409-151417, ARTE ROMANO. ESPAÑA. RHODE. Ruinas de la antigua ciudad situada cerca de la costa, que contiene restos ibéricos, griegos y romanos. Escavaciones de un nucleo urbano romano del Bajo Imperio, situado dentro de la Ciudadela de Roses, con niveles arqueológicos que llegan hasta los siglos V-VI a. C. Comarca de L'Alt Empordà. Provincia de Girona. Cataluña.
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ARTE ROMANO. ESPAÑA. RHODE. Ruinas de la antigua ciudad situada cerca de la costa, que contiene restos ibéricos, griegos y ro...
ARTE ROMANO. ESPAÑA. RHODE. Ruinas de la antigua ciudad situada cerca de la costa, que contiene restos ibéricos, griegos y romanos. Escavaciones de un nucleo urbano romano del Bajo Imperio, situado dentro de la Ciudadela de Roses, con niveles arqueológicos que llegan hasta los siglos V-VI a. C. Comarca de L'Alt Empordà. Provincia de Girona. Cataluña.
Stock Photo #4128R-25397, Animal cells, computer artwork.
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Animal cells, computer artwork.
Stock Photo #824-110743, HEAD, MRI. Axial section of a human skull visualized by MRI.
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HEAD, MRI. Axial section of a human skull visualized by MRI.
Stock Photo #4239R-3509, NGC 4651, the Umbrella Galaxy. Not even the star streams of a long lost satellite galaxy dampen the clarity of this image featuring NGC 4651, the Umbrella Galaxy.
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NGC 4651, the Umbrella Galaxy. Not even the star streams of a long lost satellite galaxy dampen the clarity of this image fea...
NGC 4651, the Umbrella Galaxy. Not even the star streams of a long lost satellite galaxy dampen the clarity of this image featuring NGC 4651, the Umbrella Galaxy.
Stock Photo #4239R-8064, The interior of an eukaryotic cell.
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The interior of an eukaryotic cell.
Stock Photo #824-54032, BRAIN REWARD SYSTEM. The brain reward pathway is indispensable to the survival because it associates the execution of vital functions with strong sensations of satisfaction. The ventral tegmental area VTA, receives informations which indicate the level of satisfaction, then analysis and transmits this information thanks to a chemical messenger, the dopamine, to the nucleus accumbens, the septum, the amygdala and the prefrontal cortex. The nucleus accumbens acts on the striatum which commands our
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BRAIN REWARD SYSTEM. The brain reward pathway is indispensable to the survival because it associates the execution of vital f...
BRAIN REWARD SYSTEM. The brain reward pathway is indispensable to the survival because it associates the execution of vital functions with strong sensations of satisfaction. The ventral tegmental area VTA, receives informations which indicate the level of satisfaction, then analysis and transmits this information thanks to a chemical messenger, the dopamine, to the nucleus accumbens, the septum, the amygdala and the prefrontal cortex. The nucleus accumbens acts on the striatum which commands our
Stock Photo #824-25184, BRAIN, DRAWING. BRAIN, DRAWING The brain. Representation of a mediane sagittal section of the brain and highlighting of certain structures. In yellow : gyrus cinguli. In orangish on the hippocampus : amygdala. Blue zone : hypothalamus. In pink : nucleus accumbens (implicated in the dependancy to drugs). In pinkish : lentiform nucleus and caudate nucleus (cut).
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BRAIN, DRAWING. BRAIN, DRAWING The brain. Representation of a mediane sagittal section of the brain and highlighting of certa...
BRAIN, DRAWING. BRAIN, DRAWING The brain. Representation of a mediane sagittal section of the brain and highlighting of certain structures. In yellow : gyrus cinguli. In orangish on the hippocampus : amygdala. Blue zone : hypothalamus. In pink : nucleus accumbens (implicated in the dependancy to drugs). In pinkish : lentiform nucleus and caudate nucleus (cut).
Stock Photo #824-119223, SIGHT. Depiction of the brain with the thalamus light blue, the hypothalamus dark blue and the optical nerves orange.
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SIGHT. Depiction of the brain with the thalamus light blue, the hypothalamus dark blue and the optical nerves orange.
Stock Photo #4391-140, Proteins in the cytoplasm target and activate biochemical reactions in specific cellular components, such as the mitochondria and the nucleus. Within the nucleus, gene expression is activated and leads to new protein synthesis, which are formed on the endoplasmic reticulum. These proteins are transported via the Golgi complex for packaging and distribution to cellular membrane and for extracellular release. Illustration by Jeannie Kelly.
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Proteins in the cytoplasm target and activate biochemical reactions in specific cellular components, such as the mitochondria...
Proteins in the cytoplasm target and activate biochemical reactions in specific cellular components, such as the mitochondria and the nucleus. Within the nucleus, gene expression is activated and leads to new protein synthesis, which are formed on the endoplasmic reticulum. These proteins are transported via the Golgi complex for packaging and distribution to cellular membrane and for extracellular release. Illustration by Jeannie Kelly.
Stock Photo #4128R-31069, Cell division, computer artwork.
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Cell division, computer artwork.
Stock Photo #4128R-6343, Fibroblast cells
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Fibroblast cells
Stock Photo #4128R-22290, Atom, computer artwork.
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Atom, computer artwork.
Stock Photo #4378-2979, Diagram showing the internal operations of a human cell.
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Diagram showing the internal operations of a human cell.
Stock Photo #4341-123, Green Mitochondrial Proteins, Microscopic View
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Green Mitochondrial Proteins, Microscopic View
Stock Photo #4239R-8301, Microscopic view of sperm swimming towards egg.
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Microscopic view of sperm swimming towards egg.
Stock Photo #4298-1059, Diatom found in pond water near Grant, NY. USA. Magnification 400x
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Diatom found in pond water near Grant, NY. USA. Magnification 400x
Stock Photo #4272-16885, A pride of lions rests near water in the Masai Mara Game Reserve. The nucleus of any pride is a number of closely related females.
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A pride of lions rests near water in the Masai Mara Game Reserve. The nucleus of any pride is a number of closely related fem...
A pride of lions rests near water in the Masai Mara Game Reserve. The nucleus of any pride is a number of closely related females.
Stock Photo #4298-1030, Marchantia liverwort archegonium, magnification 40x, image enhanced
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Stock Photo #4341-105, Mitochondria Powered Down by Antibiotics, Microscopic View
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Mitochondria Powered Down by Antibiotics, Microscopic View
Stock Photo #4128R-33759, HP1 molecule C-terminal domain. Molecular model showing the structure of the C terminal (shadow chromo) domain of a heterochromatin protein 1 (HP1) molecule from a mouse. Heterochromatin is a tightly packaged form of DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid). HP1 proteins are highly conserved adapter proteins that have important functions in the cell nucleus. They are fundamental units of heterochromatin packaging that are found at the centromeres and telomeres of nearly all eukaryotic chromosomes. Members of
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HP1 molecule C-terminal domain. Molecular model showing the structure of the C terminal (shadow chromo) domain of a heterochr...
HP1 molecule C-terminal domain. Molecular model showing the structure of the C terminal (shadow chromo) domain of a heterochromatin protein 1 (HP1) molecule from a mouse. Heterochromatin is a tightly packaged form of DNA (deoxyribonucleic acid). HP1 proteins are highly conserved adapter proteins that have important functions in the cell nucleus. They are fundamental units of heterochromatin packaging that are found at the centromeres and telomeres of nearly all eukaryotic chromosomes. Members of
Stock Photo #4128R-28100, Computer artwork of the Golgi apparatus of the human cell. This organelle functions as a central delivery system for the cell. Its primary function is to modify, store and transport proteins and lipids made elsewhere in the cell.
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Computer artwork of the Golgi apparatus of the human cell. This organelle functions as a central delivery system for the cell...
Computer artwork of the Golgi apparatus of the human cell. This organelle functions as a central delivery system for the cell. Its primary function is to modify, store and transport proteins and lipids made elsewhere in the cell.
Stock Photo #824-54296, BRAIN, DRAWING. BRAIN, DRAWING Love at first sight - stage 3 (see image no. 11895 05 for stage 1 and no. 11896 05 for stage 2). Illustration of what occurs in the brain when a subject falls in love. The prefrontal cortex enables the subject to make decisions and to create a strategy for action which is then implemented by the motor cortex (in blue).
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BRAIN, DRAWING. BRAIN, DRAWING Love at first sight - stage 3 (see image no. 11895 05 for stage 1 and no. 11896 05 for stage 2...
BRAIN, DRAWING. BRAIN, DRAWING Love at first sight - stage 3 (see image no. 11895 05 for stage 1 and no. 11896 05 for stage 2). Illustration of what occurs in the brain when a subject falls in love. The prefrontal cortex enables the subject to make decisions and to create a strategy for action which is then implemented by the motor cortex (in blue).
Stock Photo #4128R-3542, Atom, artwork
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Atom, artwork
Stock Photo #4298-1046, Tradescantia reflexa (spiderwort) ovary cross section, magnification 40x
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Tradescantia reflexa (spiderwort) ovary cross section, magnification 40x
Stock Photo #1530R-2049, A mother holding her twin babies.
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Stock Photo #824-119573, ANATOMY OF THE BRAIN
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Stock Photo #824-129437, Illustration of the body clock. Depending on sunlight perceived by the eye, signals are sent to the suprachiasmatic nucleus, where the circadian clock is housed, in the hypothalamus, which controls various biorhythms. The brain secretes melatonin (sleep hormone) which increases as light diminishes.
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Illustration of the body clock. Depending on sunlight perceived by the eye, signals are sent to the suprachiasmatic nucleus, ...
Illustration of the body clock. Depending on sunlight perceived by the eye, signals are sent to the suprachiasmatic nucleus, where the circadian clock is housed, in the hypothalamus, which controls various biorhythms. The brain secretes melatonin (sleep hormone) which increases as light diminishes.
Stock Photo #4286-33299, Bands of flags circling earth like globe
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Bands of flags circling earth like globe
Stock Photo #824-118575, ANATOMY OF THE BRAIN. Anatomy of the brain. The right hemisphere light grey, the caudate nucleus, putamen and globus pallidus yellow, the thalamus light blue, the amygdala pink, the hippocampus purple, the hypothalamus dark blue, the lateral ventricles grey blue, the olfactory bulbs light green, the fornix green, the cingulate cortex blue.
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ANATOMY OF THE BRAIN. Anatomy of the brain. The right hemisphere light grey, the caudate nucleus, putamen and globus pallidus...
ANATOMY OF THE BRAIN. Anatomy of the brain. The right hemisphere light grey, the caudate nucleus, putamen and globus pallidus yellow, the thalamus light blue, the amygdala pink, the hippocampus purple, the hypothalamus dark blue, the lateral ventricles grey blue, the olfactory bulbs light green, the fornix green, the cingulate cortex blue.
Stock Photo #824-20595, NUCLEAR PHYSICS, DRAWING. Rutherford´s particle_scattering device. Rutherford´s experiment made it possible to ascertain the existence of a dense nucleus in the atom. Radium emits alpha particles which can pierce a very thin sheet of gold foil. Some particles pass through the s
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NUCLEAR PHYSICS, DRAWING. Rutherford´s particle_scattering device. Rutherford´s experiment made it possible to ascertain the ...
NUCLEAR PHYSICS, DRAWING. Rutherford´s particle_scattering device. Rutherford´s experiment made it possible to ascertain the existence of a dense nucleus in the atom. Radium emits alpha particles which can pierce a very thin sheet of gold foil. Some particles pass through the s
Stock Photo #4239R-9307, Conceptual image of human eye anatomy.
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Conceptual image of human eye anatomy.
Stock Photo #4239R-1345, The Andromeda Galaxy, also known as Messier 31, M31, or NGC 224, is notable for being one of the brightest Messier objects, making it easily visible to the naked eye even when viewed from areas with moderate light pollution
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The Andromeda Galaxy, also known as Messier 31, M31, or NGC 224, is notable for being one of the brightest Messier objects, m...
The Andromeda Galaxy, also known as Messier 31, M31, or NGC 224, is notable for being one of the brightest Messier objects, making it easily visible to the naked eye even when viewed from areas with moderate light pollution
Stock Photo #4029R-3363, model, axis, concept, orbit, electrons, land, world
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Stock Photo #4239R-8004, Microscopic view of HIV virus, cross section.
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Microscopic view of HIV virus, cross section.
Stock Photo #824-119581, ANATOMY OF THE BRAIN
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Stock Photo #4239R-6190, The Sculptor Galaxy, NGC 253.
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The Sculptor Galaxy, NGC 253.
Stock Photo #1899-65133, The surgeon continues to breakdown the nucleus using
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The surgeon continues to breakdown the nucleus using
Stock Photo #824-47591, BRAIN REWARD SYSTEM. The brain reward pathway is indispensable to the survival because it associates the execution of vital functions with strong sensations of satisfaction. The ventral tegmental area VTA, receives informations which indicate the level of satisfaction, then analysis and transmits this information thanks to a chemical messenger, the dopamine, to the nucleus accumbens, the septum, the amygdala and the prefrontal cortex. The nucleus accumbens acts on the striatum which commands our
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BRAIN REWARD SYSTEM. The brain reward pathway is indispensable to the survival because it associates the execution of vital f...
BRAIN REWARD SYSTEM. The brain reward pathway is indispensable to the survival because it associates the execution of vital functions with strong sensations of satisfaction. The ventral tegmental area VTA, receives informations which indicate the level of satisfaction, then analysis and transmits this information thanks to a chemical messenger, the dopamine, to the nucleus accumbens, the septum, the amygdala and the prefrontal cortex. The nucleus accumbens acts on the striatum which commands our
Stock Photo #4269-14057, A patient with Parkinson's disease is treated with thalamic stimulation : electrods are inserted into the brain and fed with a thalamic pacemaker implanted in the thorax. This neurosurgery is performed with the O-ARM Imaging System. This motorized intra-operative multi-dimensional surgical imaging platform provides real-time high resolution fluoroscopy and 3D CT scan imaging, and allows high precision and safety surgical procedures. Here, the electrods are inserted in patient's brain. Pr Jean-Ja
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A patient with Parkinson's disease is treated with thalamic stimulation : electrods are inserted into the brain and fed with ...
A patient with Parkinson's disease is treated with thalamic stimulation : electrods are inserted into the brain and fed with a thalamic pacemaker implanted in the thorax. This neurosurgery is performed with the O-ARM Imaging System. This motorized intra-operative multi-dimensional surgical imaging platform provides real-time high resolution fluoroscopy and 3D CT scan imaging, and allows high precision and safety surgical procedures. Here, the electrods are inserted in patient's brain. Pr Jean-Ja
Stock Photo #1566-0134738, Atom in flask
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Atom in flask
Stock Photo #4239R-3503, The Black Eye Galaxy, Messier 64, has a prominent dust structure first observed by William Herchel in 1785, who referred to it as a Black Eye in Coma Berenices.
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The Black Eye Galaxy, Messier 64, has a prominent dust structure first observed by William Herchel in 1785, who referred to i...
The Black Eye Galaxy, Messier 64, has a prominent dust structure first observed by William Herchel in 1785, who referred to it as a Black Eye in Coma Berenices.
Stock Photo #824-118761, ANATOMY OF THE BRAIN. Anatomy of the brain. The right hemisphere light grey, the fornix green, the indusium griseum dark green, the thalamus blue, the hippocampus purple, the amygdala pink, the mammillary body dark yellow, the hypothalamus dark blue, the olfactory bulbs light green, the optical nerves orange.
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ANATOMY OF THE BRAIN. Anatomy of the brain. The right hemisphere light grey, the fornix green, the indusium griseum dark gree...
ANATOMY OF THE BRAIN. Anatomy of the brain. The right hemisphere light grey, the fornix green, the indusium griseum dark green, the thalamus blue, the hippocampus purple, the amygdala pink, the mammillary body dark yellow, the hypothalamus dark blue, the olfactory bulbs light green, the optical nerves orange.
Stock Photo #4239R-9300, Conceptual image of human eye cross section.
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Conceptual image of human eye cross section.
Stock Photo #824-119222, ANATOMY OF THE BRAIN. Anatomy of the brain. The caudate nucleus, the putamen, the globus pallidus yellow, the fornix green, the thalamus light blue, the hypothalamus dark blue, the hippocampus purple, the amygdala pink, the mammillary body dark yellow, the olfactory bulbs light green, the lateral ventricles grey blue.
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ANATOMY OF THE BRAIN. Anatomy of the brain. The caudate nucleus, the putamen, the globus pallidus yellow, the fornix green, t...
ANATOMY OF THE BRAIN. Anatomy of the brain. The caudate nucleus, the putamen, the globus pallidus yellow, the fornix green, the thalamus light blue, the hypothalamus dark blue, the hippocampus purple, the amygdala pink, the mammillary body dark yellow, the olfactory bulbs light green, the lateral ventricles grey blue.
Stock Photo #4298-1027, Marchantia antheridium, magnification 33x
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Marchantia antheridium, magnification 33x
Stock Photo #1672R-12085, Electrons orbiting a nucleus (Digital Composite)
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Electrons orbiting a nucleus (Digital Composite)
Stock Photo #1895-46702, Comet Hale-Bopp, 2007
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Comet Hale-Bopp, 2007
Stock Photo #4378-2787, Diagram showing the internal operations of a human cell.
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Diagram showing the internal operations of a human cell.
Stock Photo #4239R-2550, A pulsar star radiating strong beams of light.
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A pulsar star radiating strong beams of light.
Stock Photo #824-101100, CELL NUCLEUS. The nucleus and the DNA.
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CELL NUCLEUS. The nucleus and the DNA.
Stock Photo #4128R-25448, Human fat cells, computer artwork.
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Human fat cells, computer artwork.
Stock Photo #824-127542, Illustration of a cell nucleus in which DNA genetic sequences have remained healthy after duplication.
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Illustration of a cell nucleus in which DNA genetic sequences have remained healthy after duplication.
Stock Photo #824-119221, ANATOMY OF THE BRAIN. Anatomy of the brain. The caudate nucleus, the putamen, the globus pallidus yellow, the fornix green, the indusium griseum dark green, the thalamus light blue, the hypothalamus dark blue, the hippocampus purple, the amygdala pink, the mammillary body dark yellow, the olfactory bulbs light green, the cingulate cortex blue, the lateral ventricles grey blue, the corpus callosum light yellow.
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ANATOMY OF THE BRAIN. Anatomy of the brain. The caudate nucleus, the putamen, the globus pallidus yellow, the fornix green, t...
ANATOMY OF THE BRAIN. Anatomy of the brain. The caudate nucleus, the putamen, the globus pallidus yellow, the fornix green, the indusium griseum dark green, the thalamus light blue, the hypothalamus dark blue, the hippocampus purple, the amygdala pink, the mammillary body dark yellow, the olfactory bulbs light green, the cingulate cortex blue, the lateral ventricles grey blue, the corpus callosum light yellow.
Stock Photo #4239R-8398, Microscopic view of sperm swimming towards egg.
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Microscopic view of sperm swimming towards egg.
Stock Photo #4239R-478, Artist's concept of a recently discovered galaxy yet to be inspected
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Artist's concept of a recently discovered galaxy yet to be inspected
Stock Photo #1530R-2019, High angle portrait of a mom with her twin babies.
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High angle portrait of a mom with her twin babies.
Stock Photo #4239R-3520, The Andromeda Galaxy, also known as Messier 31 or NGC 224.
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The Andromeda Galaxy, also known as Messier 31 or NGC 224.
Stock Photo #824-118907, ANATOMY OF THE BRAIN. Anatomy of the brain. The right hemisphere light grey, the fornix green, the indusium griseum dark green, the thalamus blue, the hippocampus purple, the amygdala pink, the mammillary body dark yellow, the hypothalamus dark blue, the olfactory bulbs light green, the optical nerves orange.
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ANATOMY OF THE BRAIN. Anatomy of the brain. The right hemisphere light grey, the fornix green, the indusium griseum dark gree...
ANATOMY OF THE BRAIN. Anatomy of the brain. The right hemisphere light grey, the fornix green, the indusium griseum dark green, the thalamus blue, the hippocampus purple, the amygdala pink, the mammillary body dark yellow, the hypothalamus dark blue, the olfactory bulbs light green, the optical nerves orange.
Stock Photo #4268R-1774, Illustration of blue Amoeba
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Illustration of blue Amoeba
Stock Photo #4269-14040, A patient with Parkinson's disease is treated with thalamic stimulation : electrods are inserted into the brain and fed with a thalamic pacemaker implanted in the thorax. This neurosurgery is performed with the O-ARM Imaging System. This motorized intra-operative multi-dimensional surgical imaging platform provides real-time high resolution fluoroscopy and 3D CT scan imaging, and allows high precision and safety surgical procedures. Here, the stereotaxic frame is placed on patient's head. Pr Jea
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A patient with Parkinson's disease is treated with thalamic stimulation : electrods are inserted into the brain and fed with ...
A patient with Parkinson's disease is treated with thalamic stimulation : electrods are inserted into the brain and fed with a thalamic pacemaker implanted in the thorax. This neurosurgery is performed with the O-ARM Imaging System. This motorized intra-operative multi-dimensional surgical imaging platform provides real-time high resolution fluoroscopy and 3D CT scan imaging, and allows high precision and safety surgical procedures. Here, the stereotaxic frame is placed on patient's head. Pr Jea
Stock Photo #1647R-14303, Molecular Structure
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Molecular Structure
Stock Photo #1538R-53940, An atom on a colored background
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An atom on a colored background
Stock Photo #4239R-8389, Cell nucleus with chromosome. The cell nucleus helps control eating, movement, and reproduction.
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Cell nucleus with chromosome. The cell nucleus helps control eating, movement, and reproduction.
Stock Photo #1899-12353, Brainstem, basal ganglia, lateral ventricles and cerebellum Inferior view
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Brainstem, basal ganglia, lateral ventricles and cerebellum Inferior view
Stock Photo #1848-8254, Atomium Brussels Belgium Worldfamous Monument of a iron atomic nucleus
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Atomium Brussels Belgium Worldfamous Monument of a iron atomic nucleus
Stock Photo #824-118764, ANATOMY OF THE BRAIN. Anatomy of the brain. The caudate nucleus, putamen and globus pallidus yellow, the thalamus light blue, the amygdala pink, the hypothalamus dark blue.
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ANATOMY OF THE BRAIN. Anatomy of the brain. The caudate nucleus, putamen and globus pallidus yellow, the thalamus light blue,...
ANATOMY OF THE BRAIN. Anatomy of the brain. The caudate nucleus, putamen and globus pallidus yellow, the thalamus light blue, the amygdala pink, the hypothalamus dark blue.
Stock Photo #824-129439, Illustration of the body clock. Depending on sunlight perceived by the eye, signals are sent to the suprachiasmatic nucleus, where the circadian clock is housed, in the hypothalamus, which controls various biorhythms.
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Illustration of the body clock. Depending on sunlight perceived by the eye, signals are sent to the suprachiasmatic nucleus, ...
Illustration of the body clock. Depending on sunlight perceived by the eye, signals are sent to the suprachiasmatic nucleus, where the circadian clock is housed, in the hypothalamus, which controls various biorhythms.
Stock Photo #4268R-10387, Illustration of how fission works, Uranium 235 nucleus splitting into fragments and creating new nuc
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Illustration of how fission works, Uranium 235 nucleus splitting into fragments and creating new nuc
Stock Photo #4128R-22520, Skeletal muscle fibres. Light micrograph of skeletal muscle fibres showing the characteristic banding. Cell nuclei are yellow and red blood cells, in capillaries in the endomycium, are red. Magnification: x200 when printed at 10 centimetres wide.
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Skeletal muscle fibres. Light micrograph of skeletal muscle fibres showing the characteristic banding. Cell nuclei are yellow...
Skeletal muscle fibres. Light micrograph of skeletal muscle fibres showing the characteristic banding. Cell nuclei are yellow and red blood cells, in capillaries in the endomycium, are red. Magnification: x200 when printed at 10 centimetres wide.
Stock Photo #1895-46706, Comet McNaught, 2006
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Stock Photo #4391-149, An artist's rendition of the structure of normal cells and cancer cells, showing the characteristics of both. Cancer cells exhibt increased but unstructured growth. Illustration by Pat Kenny.
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An artist's rendition of the structure of normal cells and cancer cells, showing the characteristics of both. Cancer cells ex...
An artist's rendition of the structure of normal cells and cancer cells, showing the characteristics of both. Cancer cells exhibt increased but unstructured growth. Illustration by Pat Kenny.
Stock Photo #4269-14046, A patient with Parkinson's disease is treated with thalamic stimulation : electrods are inserted into the brain and fed with a thalamic pacemaker implanted in the thorax. This neurosurgery is performed with the O-ARM Imaging System. This motorized intra-operative multi-dimensional surgical imaging platform provides real-time high resolution fluoroscopy and 3D CT scan imaging, and allows high precision and safety surgical procedures. Here, the position of the electrods in patient's brain is check
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A patient with Parkinson's disease is treated with thalamic stimulation : electrods are inserted into the brain and fed with ...
A patient with Parkinson's disease is treated with thalamic stimulation : electrods are inserted into the brain and fed with a thalamic pacemaker implanted in the thorax. This neurosurgery is performed with the O-ARM Imaging System. This motorized intra-operative multi-dimensional surgical imaging platform provides real-time high resolution fluoroscopy and 3D CT scan imaging, and allows high precision and safety surgical procedures. Here, the position of the electrods in patient's brain is check
Stock Photo #4239R-9346, Conceptual image of pseudostratified columnar epithelium.
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Conceptual image of pseudostratified columnar epithelium.
Stock Photo #4268R-15445, Digital cross section illustration showing direction of signal sent from far cochlea nucleus to medial superior olive located in auditory cortex of human brain
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Digital cross section illustration showing direction of signal sent from far cochlea nucleus to medial superior olive located...
Digital cross section illustration showing direction of signal sent from far cochlea nucleus to medial superior olive located in auditory cortex of human brain
Stock Photo #4286-33300, Saturn like ring of flags circling earth like globe
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Saturn like ring of flags circling earth like globe
Stock Photo #824-64073, RAB2
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RAB2
Stock Photo #4341-130, Genetically Engineered Cells Producing Too Much Protein, Microscopic View
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Genetically Engineered Cells Producing Too Much Protein, Microscopic View
Stock Photo #824-118574, ANATOMY OF THE BRAIN. Anatomy of the brain. The right hemisphere light grey, the caudate nucleus, putamen and globus pallidus yellow, the fornix green, the thalamus light blue, the hypothalamus dark blue, the mammillary body dark yellow, the amygdala pink, the hippocampus purple, the olfactory bulbs light green.
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ANATOMY OF THE BRAIN. Anatomy of the brain. The right hemisphere light grey, the caudate nucleus, putamen and globus pallidus...
ANATOMY OF THE BRAIN. Anatomy of the brain. The right hemisphere light grey, the caudate nucleus, putamen and globus pallidus yellow, the fornix green, the thalamus light blue, the hypothalamus dark blue, the mammillary body dark yellow, the amygdala pink, the hippocampus purple, the olfactory bulbs light green.
Stock Photo #4409-41004, Cross of the Emperor Lothair II (835-869). 11th century. Gold and precious gems. Detail. Aachen Cathedral Treasury. Germany.
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Cross of the Emperor Lothair II (835-869). 11th century. Gold and precious gems. Detail. Aachen Cathedral Treasury. Germany.
Stock Photo #824-60354, FAT CELL. Fat tissue is formed by fat cells or adipocytes. Adipocytes synthesize lipids that are stocked in small vacuoles yellow in the cell cytoplasm forming an enormous drop of fat. The cell’s organelles and nucleus lie peripherally. Lipids stored in adipocyte
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FAT CELL. Fat tissue is formed by fat cells or adipocytes. Adipocytes synthesize lipids that are stocked in small vacuoles ye...
FAT CELL. Fat tissue is formed by fat cells or adipocytes. Adipocytes synthesize lipids that are stocked in small vacuoles yellow in the cell cytoplasm forming an enormous drop of fat. The cell’s organelles and nucleus lie peripherally. Lipids stored in adipocyte
Stock Photo #4378-3196, Pyramidal neurons or pyramidal cells are a type of neuron found in the brain including regions such as the cerebral cortex, hippocampus, and amygdala. Note the pyramid shaped soma, or cell body, after which the neuron is named.
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Pyramidal neurons or pyramidal cells are a type of neuron found in the brain including regions such as the cerebral cortex, h...
Pyramidal neurons or pyramidal cells are a type of neuron found in the brain including regions such as the cerebral cortex, hippocampus, and amygdala. Note the pyramid shaped soma, or cell body, after which the neuron is named.
Stock Photo #4409-72498, Axes for work and battle. Detail of core axes of the Maglemosian and Kongemose periods. 8500-5500 BC.. National Museum of Denmark. Copenhagen. Denmark.
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Axes for work and battle. Detail of core axes of the Maglemosian and Kongemose periods. 8500-5500 BC.. National Museum of Den...
Axes for work and battle. Detail of core axes of the Maglemosian and Kongemose periods. 8500-5500 BC.. National Museum of Denmark. Copenhagen. Denmark.
Stock Photo #4239R-8324, Conceptual image of cell nucleus. The cell nucleus acts like the brain of the cell. It helps control eating, movement, and reproduction.
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Conceptual image of cell nucleus. The cell nucleus acts like the brain of the cell. It helps control eating, movement, and re...
Conceptual image of cell nucleus. The cell nucleus acts like the brain of the cell. It helps control eating, movement, and reproduction.
Stock Photo #4269-14044, A patient with Parkinson's disease is treated with thalamic stimulation : electrods are inserted into the brain and fed with a thalamic pacemaker implanted in the thorax. This neurosurgery is performed with the O-ARM Imaging System. This motorized intra-operative multi-dimensional surgical imaging platform provides real-time high resolution fluoroscopy and 3D CT scan imaging, and allows high precision and safety surgical procedures. Here, a technician of the O-ARM Imaging System gives a nurse pr
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A patient with Parkinson's disease is treated with thalamic stimulation : electrods are inserted into the brain and fed with a thalamic pacemaker implanted in the thorax. This neurosurgery is performed with the O-ARM Imaging System. This motorized intra-operative multi-dimensional surgical imaging platform provides real-time high resolution fluoroscopy and 3D CT scan imaging, and allows high precision and safety surgical procedures. Here, a technician of the O-ARM Imaging System gives a nurse pr
Stock Photo #1566-488087, To dawn in small and old village Pinós, Solsonès, Lleida, Catalonia, Spain, Europe
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Stock Photo #4409-61989, Catapult used by Roman army during its military campaigns. Engraving. 19th century.
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Stock Photo #824-96529, BRAIN, DRAWING. Brain and localization of the accumbens nucleus in orange.
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Stock Photo #4239R-8332, Conceptual image of the Golgi apparatus. The Golgi apparatus is an organelle found in most eukaryotic cells.
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Conceptual image of the Golgi apparatus. The Golgi apparatus is an organelle found in most eukaryotic cells.
Stock Photo #1530R-2017, A father with his baby riding on his shoulders.
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Stock Photo #824-57953, BRAIN REWARD SYSTEM. The brain reward pathway is indispensable to the survival because it associates the execution of vital functions with strong sensations of satisfaction. The ventral tegmental area VTA, receives informations which indicate the level of satisfaction, then analysis and transmits this information thanks to a chemical messenger, the dopamine, to the nucleus accumbens, the septum, the amygdala and the prefrontal cortex. The nucleus accumbens acts on the striatum which commands our
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BRAIN REWARD SYSTEM. The brain reward pathway is indispensable to the survival because it associates the execution of vital f...
BRAIN REWARD SYSTEM. The brain reward pathway is indispensable to the survival because it associates the execution of vital functions with strong sensations of satisfaction. The ventral tegmental area VTA, receives informations which indicate the level of satisfaction, then analysis and transmits this information thanks to a chemical messenger, the dopamine, to the nucleus accumbens, the septum, the amygdala and the prefrontal cortex. The nucleus accumbens acts on the striatum which commands our
Stock Photo #4239R-979, Messier 81, or Bode's Galaxy, is located about 12 million light years from our planet and is one of the most iconic spiral galaxies in the night sky
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Messier 81, or Bode's Galaxy, is located about 12 million light years from our planet and is one of the most iconic spiral ga...
Messier 81, or Bode's Galaxy, is located about 12 million light years from our planet and is one of the most iconic spiral galaxies in the night sky
Stock Photo #4128R-7595, Pancreas tissue, SEM
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Stock Photo #1574R-018817, Cellular Respiration
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Stock Photo #4128R-3876, Purkinje nerve cells, light micrograph
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Stock Photo #1530R-2039, A mother and father with twin babies.
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Stock Photo #824-43503, BRAIN REWARD SYSTEM. The brain reward pathway is indispensable to the survival because it associates the execution of vital functions with strong sensations of satisfaction. The ventral tegmental area VTA, receives informations which indicate the level of satisfaction, then analysis and transmits this information thanks to a chemical messenger, the dopamine, to the nucleus accumbens, the septum, the amygdala and the prefrontal cortex. The nucleus accumbens acts on the striatum which commands our
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BRAIN REWARD SYSTEM. The brain reward pathway is indispensable to the survival because it associates the execution of vital f...
BRAIN REWARD SYSTEM. The brain reward pathway is indispensable to the survival because it associates the execution of vital functions with strong sensations of satisfaction. The ventral tegmental area VTA, receives informations which indicate the level of satisfaction, then analysis and transmits this information thanks to a chemical messenger, the dopamine, to the nucleus accumbens, the septum, the amygdala and the prefrontal cortex. The nucleus accumbens acts on the striatum which commands our
Stock Photo #824R-5788, CREUTZFELDT JAKOB DISEASE, MRI
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Stock Photo #1530R-2004, A mother and father with twin babies.
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Stock Photo #4413-148456, Employed inserting the nucleus into the pearl-oyster
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Stock Photo #824-105769, NEURON. NEURON A neuron is a nerve cell composed of a spherical body with a nucleus, an axon and cylindrical fiber-like extensions with irregular contours called dendrites. Neurons send and receive sensorial and motor messages. Incoming message arrive via the dendrite and reach the cell body where the information is analyzed and sent out again via the axon. The point of junction between the dendrites of one neuron and the axon of another neuron is called a nerve synapse. Different chemical su
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NEURON. NEURON A neuron is a nerve cell composed of a spherical body with a nucleus, an axon and cylindrical fiber-like exten...
NEURON. NEURON A neuron is a nerve cell composed of a spherical body with a nucleus, an axon and cylindrical fiber-like extensions with irregular contours called dendrites. Neurons send and receive sensorial and motor messages. Incoming message arrive via the dendrite and reach the cell body where the information is analyzed and sent out again via the axon. The point of junction between the dendrites of one neuron and the axon of another neuron is called a nerve synapse. Different chemical su
Stock Photo #1832R-11358, Mast cells
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Stock Photo #4269-14048, A patient with Parkinson's disease is treated with thalamic stimulation : electrods are inserted into the brain and fed with a thalamic pacemaker implanted in the thorax. This neurosurgery is performed with the O-ARM Imaging System. This motorized intra-operative multi-dimensional surgical imaging platform provides real-time high resolution fluoroscopy and 3D CT scan imaging, and allows high precision and safety surgical procedures. Here, the patient is ready for beginning of the surgical proced
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A patient with Parkinson's disease is treated with thalamic stimulation : electrods are inserted into the brain and fed with ...
A patient with Parkinson's disease is treated with thalamic stimulation : electrods are inserted into the brain and fed with a thalamic pacemaker implanted in the thorax. This neurosurgery is performed with the O-ARM Imaging System. This motorized intra-operative multi-dimensional surgical imaging platform provides real-time high resolution fluoroscopy and 3D CT scan imaging, and allows high precision and safety surgical procedures. Here, the patient is ready for beginning of the surgical proced
Stock Photo #4128R-3349, Atom, artwork
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Stock Photo #824-119572, ANATOMY OF THE BRAIN
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Stock Photo #4239R-8401, Microscopic view of sperm swimming towards egg.
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Microscopic view of sperm swimming towards egg.
Stock Photo #4128R-4866, Cerebellum structure, light micrograph
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Stock Photo #1530R-2020, A father offering bottles to his twins.
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Stock Photo #4201-3047, Pelican Creek, Pelican Valley is the nucleus of Grizzly Bear habitat in more than 5,000 square miles of the Greater Yellowstone ecosystem, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
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Pelican Creek, Pelican Valley is the nucleus of Grizzly Bear habitat in more than 5,000 square miles of the Greater Yellowsto...
Pelican Creek, Pelican Valley is the nucleus of Grizzly Bear habitat in more than 5,000 square miles of the Greater Yellowstone ecosystem, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
Stock Photo #4378-2514, Diagram showing the internal operations of a human cell.
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Diagram showing the internal operations of a human cell.
Stock Photo #824R-5790, CREUTZFELDT JAKOB DISEASE, MRI
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CREUTZFELDT JAKOB DISEASE, MRI
Stock Photo #824-119574, ANATOMY OF THE BRAIN
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Stock Photo #824-59055, BRAIN REWARD SYSTEM. The brain reward pathway is indispensable to the survival because it associates the execution of vital functions with strong sensations of satisfaction. The ventral tegmental area VTA, receives informations which indicate the level of satisfaction, then analysis and transmits this information thanks to a chemical messenger, the dopamine, to the nucleus accumbens, the septum, the amygdala and the prefrontal cortex. The nucleus accumbens acts on the striatum which commands our
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BRAIN REWARD SYSTEM. The brain reward pathway is indispensable to the survival because it associates the execution of vital f...
BRAIN REWARD SYSTEM. The brain reward pathway is indispensable to the survival because it associates the execution of vital functions with strong sensations of satisfaction. The ventral tegmental area VTA, receives informations which indicate the level of satisfaction, then analysis and transmits this information thanks to a chemical messenger, the dopamine, to the nucleus accumbens, the septum, the amygdala and the prefrontal cortex. The nucleus accumbens acts on the striatum which commands our
Stock Photo #4187-37871, Spacecraft View of Halley's Comet. Image of Halley's Comet sent to Earth from the VEGA II space craft. This was made by Dr. Brad Smith off of the Soviet TV system.
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Spacecraft View of Halley's Comet. Image of Halley's Comet sent to Earth from the VEGA II space craft. This was made by Dr. B...
Spacecraft View of Halley's Comet. Image of Halley's Comet sent to Earth from the VEGA II space craft. This was made by Dr. Brad Smith off of the Soviet TV system.
Stock Photo #824-68460, ANATOMY OF THE BRAIN. Anatomical model showing the exterior of the human brain or encephalon inferior view. see the image 1141005 for a captionned version. The encephalon is composed of the diencephalon, covered by the cerebrum flesh_colored. The cerebellum in brown a
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ANATOMY OF THE BRAIN. Anatomical model showing the exterior of the human brain or encephalon inferior view. see the image 114...
ANATOMY OF THE BRAIN. Anatomical model showing the exterior of the human brain or encephalon inferior view. see the image 1141005 for a captionned version. The encephalon is composed of the diencephalon, covered by the cerebrum flesh_colored. The cerebellum in brown a
Stock Photo #4378-3135, Pyramidal neurons or pyramidal cells are a type of neuron found in the brain including regions such as the cerebral cortex, hippocampus, and amygdala. Note the pyramid shaped soma, or cell body, after which the neuron is named.
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Pyramidal neurons or pyramidal cells are a type of neuron found in the brain including regions such as the cerebral cortex, h...
Pyramidal neurons or pyramidal cells are a type of neuron found in the brain including regions such as the cerebral cortex, hippocampus, and amygdala. Note the pyramid shaped soma, or cell body, after which the neuron is named.
Stock Photo #4286-33443, Play on world map theme in strong colors
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Stock Photo #1895-7452, Chart of nuclides, c 1984.
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Chart of nuclides, c 1984.
Stock Photo #824-42546, X CHROMOSOME. Human x chromosome. The chromosomes carry the genes, therefore they carry the heredity and are the essential elements of the cell nucleus.
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X CHROMOSOME. Human x chromosome. The chromosomes carry the genes, therefore they carry the heredity and are the essential el...
X CHROMOSOME. Human x chromosome. The chromosomes carry the genes, therefore they carry the heredity and are the essential elements of the cell nucleus.
Stock Photo #824-71758, QUANTUM PHYSICS, DRAWING. Separating quarks. Illustration of an experiment representing the disintegration of a nucleus. As a result, three types of radiation are obtained: alpha, beta and gamma.
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QUANTUM PHYSICS, DRAWING. Separating quarks. Illustration of an experiment representing the disintegration of a nucleus. As a...
QUANTUM PHYSICS, DRAWING. Separating quarks. Illustration of an experiment representing the disintegration of a nucleus. As a result, three types of radiation are obtained: alpha, beta and gamma.
Stock Photo #824-78515, BRAIN, DRAWING. From desire to rupture _ 2. Representation of what it happenning in the brain when someone is in love and that it has been concretised. Blue arrow : Following the kiss, the hypothalamus centre of corporal and hormonal reactions, in blue activates the
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BRAIN, DRAWING. From desire to rupture _ 2. Representation of what it happenning in the brain when someone is in love and tha...
BRAIN, DRAWING. From desire to rupture _ 2. Representation of what it happenning in the brain when someone is in love and that it has been concretised. Blue arrow : Following the kiss, the hypothalamus centre of corporal and hormonal reactions, in blue activates the
Stock Photo #824-54033, BRAIN REWARD SYSTEM. The brain reward pathway is indispensable to the survival because it associates the execution of vital functions with strong sensations of satisfaction. The ventral tegmental area VTA, receives informations which indicate the level of satisfaction, then analysis and transmits this information thanks to a chemical messenger, the dopamine, to the nucleus accumbens, the septum, the amygdala and the prefrontal cortex. The nucleus accumbens acts on the striatum which commands our
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BRAIN REWARD SYSTEM. The brain reward pathway is indispensable to the survival because it associates the execution of vital functions with strong sensations of satisfaction. The ventral tegmental area VTA, receives informations which indicate the level of satisfaction, then analysis and transmits this information thanks to a chemical messenger, the dopamine, to the nucleus accumbens, the septum, the amygdala and the prefrontal cortex. The nucleus accumbens acts on the striatum which commands our
Stock Photo #4128R-2951, Fallopian tube, SEM
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Fallopian tube, SEM
Stock Photo #4239R-9301, Conceptual image of human eye anatomy.
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Conceptual image of human eye anatomy.
Stock Photo #4269-14056, A patient with Parkinson's disease is treated with thalamic stimulation : electrods are inserted into the brain and fed with a thalamic pacemaker implanted in the thorax. This neurosurgery is performed with the O-ARM Imaging System. This motorized intra-operative multi-dimensional surgical imaging platform provides real-time high resolution fluoroscopy and 3D CT scan imaging, and allows high precision and safety surgical procedures. Here, X-ray of the brain's patient showing the trajectory of th
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A patient with Parkinson's disease is treated with thalamic stimulation : electrods are inserted into the brain and fed with a thalamic pacemaker implanted in the thorax. This neurosurgery is performed with the O-ARM Imaging System. This motorized intra-operative multi-dimensional surgical imaging platform provides real-time high resolution fluoroscopy and 3D CT scan imaging, and allows high precision and safety surgical procedures. Here, X-ray of the brain's patient showing the trajectory of th
Stock Photo #4341-131, Blue Cell Nucei and Tubules of Green Mitochondria, Microscopic View
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Stock Photo #4239R-9309, Conceptual image of human eye anatomy.
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Conceptual image of human eye anatomy.
Stock Photo #4128R-2020, Atom, artwork
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Atom, artwork
Stock Photo #1788-39597, Medicine: Human anatomy, cell
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Medicine: Human anatomy, cell
Stock Photo #1773-94414, Transmission electron micrograph of a thin section cut through an area of mammalian lung tissue showing a macrophage in the alveolus.
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Transmission electron micrograph of a thin section cut through an area of mammalian lung tissue showing a macrophage in the a...
Transmission electron micrograph of a thin section cut through an area of mammalian lung tissue showing a macrophage in the alveolus.
Stock Photo #4286-33700, The Staples Center and the Los Angeles downtown in this vertical view
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The Staples Center and the Los Angeles downtown in this vertical view
Stock Photo #1439R-1165065, World atom
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Stock Photo #4413-148454, Oyster open to insert a spherical mother-of-pearl nucleus
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Oyster open to insert a spherical mother-of-pearl nucleus
Stock Photo #4239R-8388, Cell nucleus with chromosome. The cell nucleus helps control eating, movement, and reproduction.
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Cell nucleus with chromosome. The cell nucleus helps control eating, movement, and reproduction.
Stock Photo #4341-102, Healthy Nuclei, Microscopic View
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Stock Photo #824-128514, Illustration of the formation of metastases : The primary tumour is in the breast. The primary cancer tumour develops : Step 1, the tumour is still small in size Step 2, the tumour has grown, the cancer cells have multiplied and transformed. Step 3, the tumour has grown even more. The cells with irregular nucleus are mature cancer cells (metastases) which will spread to other parts of the body through the blood vessel network. In the case of cancer of the kidneys or colon, the metastases can rem
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Illustration of the formation of metastases : The primary tumour is in the breast. The primary cancer tumour develops : Step ...
Illustration of the formation of metastases : The primary tumour is in the breast. The primary cancer tumour develops : Step 1, the tumour is still small in size Step 2, the tumour has grown, the cancer cells have multiplied and transformed. Step 3, the tumour has grown even more. The cells with irregular nucleus are mature cancer cells (metastases) which will spread to other parts of the body through the blood vessel network. In the case of cancer of the kidneys or colon, the metastases can rem
Stock Photo #824-106957, BIOTECHNOLOGY, GMO. BIOTECHNOLOGY, GMO Illustration of the different techniques for creating GMOs from transformed DNA. On the left, the DNA is introduced into the nucleus of a cell which will grow into a genetically-modified animal. In the center, plant DNA is placed in a plasmid vector and then either transferred to a plant cell indirectly via bacteria or transferred directly to the plant cell through electroporation. On the right, the gene is anchored to metallic particles and transferred
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BIOTECHNOLOGY, GMO. BIOTECHNOLOGY, GMO Illustration of the different techniques for creating GMOs from transformed DNA. On th...
BIOTECHNOLOGY, GMO. BIOTECHNOLOGY, GMO Illustration of the different techniques for creating GMOs from transformed DNA. On the left, the DNA is introduced into the nucleus of a cell which will grow into a genetically-modified animal. In the center, plant DNA is placed in a plasmid vector and then either transferred to a plant cell indirectly via bacteria or transferred directly to the plant cell through electroporation. On the right, the gene is anchored to metallic particles and transferred
Stock Photo #4128R-16122, Mitosis nuclear division, computer artwork.
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Mitosis nuclear division, computer artwork.
Stock Photo #4292-50420, DNA extract after a cell nucleus explosion
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DNA extract after a cell nucleus explosion
Stock Photo #4341-128, Normal and Stressed Prostate Cancer Cells, Microscopic View
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Normal and Stressed Prostate Cancer Cells, Microscopic View
Stock Photo #4128R-13391, DNA nucleosomes. Molecular model of four DNA deoxyribonucleic acid nucleosomes, known as a tetranucleosome. Nucleosomes are the fundamental repeating units used to package DNA inside cell nuclei.
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DNA nucleosomes. Molecular model of four DNA deoxyribonucleic acid nucleosomes, known as a tetranucleosome. Nucleosomes are t...
DNA nucleosomes. Molecular model of four DNA deoxyribonucleic acid nucleosomes, known as a tetranucleosome. Nucleosomes are the fundamental repeating units used to package DNA inside cell nuclei.
Stock Photo #1530R-2028, A couple playing with their son in a grassy field.
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A couple playing with their son in a grassy field.
Stock Photo #824-101101, ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM. The nucleus is enveloped by an endoplasmic reticulum.
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ENDOPLASMIC RETICULUM. The nucleus is enveloped by an endoplasmic reticulum.
Stock Photo #4269-14051, A patient with Parkinson's disease is treated with thalamic stimulation : electrods are inserted into the brain and fed with a thalamic pacemaker implanted in the thorax. This neurosurgery is performed with the O-ARM Imaging System. This motorized intra-operative multi-dimensional surgical imaging platform provides real-time high resolution fluoroscopy and 3D CT scan imaging, and allows high precision and safety surgical procedures. Here, after the electrods are inserted into patient's brain, hi
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A patient with Parkinson's disease is treated with thalamic stimulation : electrods are inserted into the brain and fed with a thalamic pacemaker implanted in the thorax. This neurosurgery is performed with the O-ARM Imaging System. This motorized intra-operative multi-dimensional surgical imaging platform provides real-time high resolution fluoroscopy and 3D CT scan imaging, and allows high precision and safety surgical procedures. Here, after the electrods are inserted into patient's brain, hi
Stock Photo #4128R-8494, Nerve cell, TEM
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Nerve cell, TEM
Stock Photo #4268R-15443, Digital cross section illustration of impulses passing from nearer cochlea nucleus to lateral superior olive
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Digital cross section illustration of impulses passing from nearer cochlea nucleus to lateral superior olive
Stock Photo #4128R-1870, Atom, artwork
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Atom, artwork
Stock Photo #4029R-274418, replica, round, still, spinning, geographical
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Stock Photo #4239R-7882, Cross section of planet Earth showing the inner core, made by solid iron and nickel, with a temperature of 4500Á Celsius.
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Cross section of planet Earth showing the inner core, made by solid iron and nickel, with a temperature of 4500Á Celsius.
Stock Photo #824-76205, HEARING, DRAWING. Auditory tract.
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HEARING, DRAWING. Auditory tract.
Stock Photo #4269-27703, Nerve fiber. Transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of unmyelinated fiber consisting in the nucleus of a Schwann's cell at center, and two axons at right. Magnification x2000.
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Nerve fiber. Transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of unmyelinated fiber consisting in the nucleus of a Schwann's cell at ce...
Nerve fiber. Transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of unmyelinated fiber consisting in the nucleus of a Schwann's cell at center, and two axons at right. Magnification x2000.
Stock Photo #4269-14045, A patient with Parkinson's disease is treated with thalamic stimulation : electrods are inserted into the brain and fed with a thalamic pacemaker implanted in the thorax. This neurosurgery is performed with the O-ARM Imaging System. This motorized intra-operative multi-dimensional surgical imaging platform provides real-time high resolution fluoroscopy and 3D CT scan imaging, and allows high precision and safety surgical procedures. Here, the electrods are inserted in patient's brain. Pr Jean-Ja
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A patient with Parkinson's disease is treated with thalamic stimulation : electrods are inserted into the brain and fed with a thalamic pacemaker implanted in the thorax. This neurosurgery is performed with the O-ARM Imaging System. This motorized intra-operative multi-dimensional surgical imaging platform provides real-time high resolution fluoroscopy and 3D CT scan imaging, and allows high precision and safety surgical procedures. Here, the electrods are inserted in patient's brain. Pr Jean-Ja

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