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Stock Photo #4128R-1618, Nerve cells, artwork
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Stock Photo #4128R-314, Nerve cells, computer artwork
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Stock Photo #4128R-4221, Nerve cell, artwork
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Stock Photo #4128R-28104, Computer artwork depicting nerve cells and neural communication.
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Computer artwork depicting nerve cells and neural communication.
Stock Photo #1832R-10480, Synapse
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Stock Photo #1848-199517, Stem cell research, Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics, laboratory technician observing nerve cells through a microscope, Berlin, Germany
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Stem cell research, Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics, laboratory technician observing nerve cells through a micros...
Stem cell research, Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics, laboratory technician observing nerve cells through a microscope, Berlin, Germany
Stock Photo #4128R-31545, Neural network. Computer artwork of a brain in side view, with the brain's neural network represented by lines and flashes. A neural network is made up of nerve cells (neurons).
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Neural network. Computer artwork of a brain in side view, with the brain's neural network represented by lines and flashes. A...
Neural network. Computer artwork of a brain in side view, with the brain's neural network represented by lines and flashes. A neural network is made up of nerve cells (neurons).
Stock Photo #4128R-4753, Nerve cells, artwork
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Nerve cells, artwork
Stock Photo #4378-5398, Unipolar Neuron
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Unipolar Neuron
Stock Photo #4128R-20453, Nerve cells, artwork
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Nerve cells, artwork
Stock Photo #4239R-8558, Conceptual image of a neuron.
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Conceptual image of a neuron.
Stock Photo #824-93239, SIGHT. SIGHT Night and day vision: retinal cones. A cone is a photoreceptor cell in the retina which makes it possible to see in daylight (diurnal vision, below) and at night (nocturnal vision, above).
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SIGHT. SIGHT Night and day vision: retinal cones. A cone is a photoreceptor cell in the retina which makes it possible to see...
SIGHT. SIGHT Night and day vision: retinal cones. A cone is a photoreceptor cell in the retina which makes it possible to see in daylight (diurnal vision, below) and at night (nocturnal vision, above).
Stock Photo #4128R-30528, Neural network, computer artwork.
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Neural network, computer artwork.
Stock Photo #824-29103, SYNAPSE. SYNAPSE LTP (long-term potentiation). Mechanism of LTP (long-term potentiation), which plays a role in learning. Stage 1 (See images no. 11969 05 and 11970 05 for stages 2 and 3). In response to a stimulus (sight, taste, touch, etc.), an electrical signal is produced which triggers the release of massive quantities of glutamate (purple triangles) by the presynaptic element. This in turn triggers a massive release of calcium (red spheres) in the dendrite (postsynaptic element), se
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SYNAPSE. SYNAPSE LTP (long-term potentiation). Mechanism of LTP (long-term potentiation), which plays a role in learning. Sta...
SYNAPSE. SYNAPSE LTP (long-term potentiation). Mechanism of LTP (long-term potentiation), which plays a role in learning. Stage 1 (See images no. 11969 05 and 11970 05 for stages 2 and 3). In response to a stimulus (sight, taste, touch, etc.), an electrical signal is produced which triggers the release of massive quantities of glutamate (purple triangles) by the presynaptic element. This in turn triggers a massive release of calcium (red spheres) in the dendrite (postsynaptic element), se
Stock Photo #4378-2691, Multipolar neuron with multiple extensions.
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Multipolar neuron with multiple extensions.
Stock Photo #4378-5506, Unipolar Neuron
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Unipolar Neuron
Stock Photo #4128R-21156, Cerebellum tissue, light micrograph
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Cerebellum tissue, light micrograph
Stock Photo #1832R-10398, Neurons
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Neurons
Stock Photo #4239R-8603, Detailed cutaway diagram of human skin.
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Detailed cutaway diagram of human skin.
Stock Photo #4128R-12536, Brain, neural network
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Brain, neural network
Stock Photo #824-102979, NERVE IMPULSE, DRAWING. The sensorial receptors. Informations reach the sensorial cell at the top through the opening of an ion channel in violet. This chemical message is transformed into an electrical signal, that leads to the exocytosis of neurotransmitters green triang
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NERVE IMPULSE, DRAWING. The sensorial receptors. Informations reach the sensorial cell at the top through the opening of an i...
NERVE IMPULSE, DRAWING. The sensorial receptors. Informations reach the sensorial cell at the top through the opening of an ion channel in violet. This chemical message is transformed into an electrical signal, that leads to the exocytosis of neurotransmitters green triang
Stock Photo #4378-5667, Neuron and Brain
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Neuron and Brain
Stock Photo #4378-1129, Microscopic styled visualization of neurons.
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Microscopic styled visualization of neurons.
Stock Photo #4128R-26752, Computer artwork of a frontal view of a human brain. In the background a neural network of nerve cells firing.
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Computer artwork of a frontal view of a human brain. In the background a neural network of nerve cells firing.
Stock Photo #1832R-9902, Neurons
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Neurons
Stock Photo #1848-106024, Stem cell research, Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics, laboratory technician observing nerve cells through a microscope, Berlin, Germany
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Stem cell research, Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics, laboratory technician observing nerve cells through a micros...
Stem cell research, Max Planck Institute for Molecular Genetics, laboratory technician observing nerve cells through a microscope, Berlin, Germany
Stock Photo #4128R-266, Nerve support cell, SEM
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Nerve support cell, SEM
Stock Photo #4128R-36724, Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
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Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nerv...
Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
Stock Photo #824-60521, NEURINOMA, X_RAY. Neuronima, developped on the sheath of an intercostal nerve. Thoracic x_ray in front view.
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NEURINOMA, X_RAY. Neuronima, developped on the sheath of an intercostal nerve. Thoracic x_ray in front view.
Stock Photo #1428R-368, Interior view of touch sensory nerves of the dermal layer of skin
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Interior view of touch sensory nerves of the dermal layer of skin
Stock Photo #824-121400, Illustration of the nerve roots of the spinal nerves coming out of the vertebrae. The anterior ramus will innervate the muscles as well as the structure of the members and the lateral and ventral parts of the trunk. The posterior ramus will innervate deep muscles and the back's skin. Anterior roots leave the communicating rami and join the sympathetic trunk's glands on each side of the vertebral body.
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Illustration of the nerve roots of the spinal nerves coming out of the vertebrae. The anterior ramus will innervate the muscl...
Illustration of the nerve roots of the spinal nerves coming out of the vertebrae. The anterior ramus will innervate the muscles as well as the structure of the members and the lateral and ventral parts of the trunk. The posterior ramus will innervate deep muscles and the back's skin. Anterior roots leave the communicating rami and join the sympathetic trunk's glands on each side of the vertebral body.
Stock Photo #824-65010, NEURON. Pyramidal neurons of a rabbit hippocampus. The hippocampus is part of the cerebral cortex with characteristic large sized pyramidal cells. The hippocampus is a nerve center implicated in memory. Each neuron has a cell body, an axon a protruding segment o
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NEURON. Pyramidal neurons of a rabbit hippocampus. The hippocampus is part of the cerebral cortex with characteristic large s...
NEURON. Pyramidal neurons of a rabbit hippocampus. The hippocampus is part of the cerebral cortex with characteristic large sized pyramidal cells. The hippocampus is a nerve center implicated in memory. Each neuron has a cell body, an axon a protruding segment o
Stock Photo #824-123915, Representation of the transmission of the pain at the level of the spinal cord. The presynaptic neuron releases the neurotransmitters of the pain via synaptic vesicles. These neurotransmitters are released in the synaptic cleft and fixes on the receptors of the synapse of the postsynaptic neuron. The nerve impulse is then created and the information of the pain is transported to the brain. The neuron on the right is the neuron of the inhibition of the pain located at the level of the spinal cord
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Representation of the transmission of the pain at the level of the spinal cord. The presynaptic neuron releases the neurotran...
Representation of the transmission of the pain at the level of the spinal cord. The presynaptic neuron releases the neurotransmitters of the pain via synaptic vesicles. These neurotransmitters are released in the synaptic cleft and fixes on the receptors of the synapse of the postsynaptic neuron. The nerve impulse is then created and the information of the pain is transported to the brain. The neuron on the right is the neuron of the inhibition of the pain located at the level of the spinal cord
Stock Photo #1570R-143476, A web of dots connected by lines against a colored background
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A web of dots connected by lines against a colored background
Stock Photo #4128R-12535, Brain, neural network
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Brain, neural network
Stock Photo #4378-2410, Neurons and extensions connecting to other neurons.
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Neurons and extensions connecting to other neurons.
Stock Photo #4269-6790, Transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of a section of axone. It is protected by a layer of myelin around.
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Transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of a section of axone. It is protected by a layer of myelin around.
Stock Photo #824-44358, SIGHT. SIGHT Night and day vision: retinal cones. A cone is a photoreceptor cell in the retina which makes it possible to see in daylight (diurnal vision) and at night (nocturnal vision).
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SIGHT. SIGHT Night and day vision: retinal cones. A cone is a photoreceptor cell in the retina which makes it possible to see...
SIGHT. SIGHT Night and day vision: retinal cones. A cone is a photoreceptor cell in the retina which makes it possible to see in daylight (diurnal vision) and at night (nocturnal vision).
Stock Photo #1841R-113184, Acupuncture on the leg - BI 36 , UB 36 , V 36
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Acupuncture on the leg - BI 36 , UB 36 , V 36
Stock Photo #4128R-20358, Neural network, conceptual artwork
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Neural network, conceptual artwork
Stock Photo #4175-2968, Schmerzgedchtnis brain computer program Alternative Medicine
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Schmerzgedchtnis brain computer program Alternative Medicine
Stock Photo #4239R-8636, Anatomy of the human skin, with annotations.
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Anatomy of the human skin, with annotations.
Stock Photo #1832R-10306, Neuron
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Neuron
Stock Photo #4128R-22414, Nerve cells, computer artwork.
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Nerve cells, computer artwork.
Stock Photo #1841-131313, Headline: Nerve cells and nano robot in a brain, nanobot
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Headline: Nerve cells and nano robot in a brain, nanobot
Stock Photo #824-69969, RETINA, SEM. RETINA, SEM The retina is a membrane covering the eye´s interior, containing 3 types of cells which capture light: photoreceptor (rod and cone), bipolar, and ganglion. Photoreceptor cones are responsible for visual acuity and color vision. Cones are responsible for vision in low-light levels and for peripheral vision. Bipolars transmit the light signal from the cones to the ganglions, which then transmit the stimulus to the optic nerve. Here, retinal pigment epithelium (RPE) at t
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RETINA, SEM. RETINA, SEM The retina is a membrane covering the eye´s interior, containing 3 types of cells which capture ligh...
RETINA, SEM. RETINA, SEM The retina is a membrane covering the eye´s interior, containing 3 types of cells which capture light: photoreceptor (rod and cone), bipolar, and ganglion. Photoreceptor cones are responsible for visual acuity and color vision. Cones are responsible for vision in low-light levels and for peripheral vision. Bipolars transmit the light signal from the cones to the ganglions, which then transmit the stimulus to the optic nerve. Here, retinal pigment epithelium (RPE) at t
Stock Photo #1832R-9894, Synapse
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Synapse
Stock Photo #824-85250, RETINA, SEM. RETINA, SEM The retina is a membrane covering the eye´s interior, containing 3 types of cells which capture light: photoreceptor (rod and cone), bipolar, and ganglion. Photoreceptor cones are responsible for visual acuity and color vision. Cones are responsible for vision in low-light levels and for peripheral vision. Bipolars transmit the light signal from the cones to the ganglions, which then transmit the stimulus to the optic nerve. Here, rods, viewed under SEM. Magnification
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RETINA, SEM. RETINA, SEM The retina is a membrane covering the eye´s interior, containing 3 types of cells which capture ligh...
RETINA, SEM. RETINA, SEM The retina is a membrane covering the eye´s interior, containing 3 types of cells which capture light: photoreceptor (rod and cone), bipolar, and ganglion. Photoreceptor cones are responsible for visual acuity and color vision. Cones are responsible for vision in low-light levels and for peripheral vision. Bipolars transmit the light signal from the cones to the ganglions, which then transmit the stimulus to the optic nerve. Here, rods, viewed under SEM. Magnification
Stock Photo #4128R-22531, Nerve bundle. Light micrograph of a section through a nerve bundle from the sciatic nerve. Myelin sheaths dark blue circles can be seen surrounding the axons light blue dots. Perineurium connective tissue, light blue surrounds the nerve bundle. Adipose fat cells dark brown surround the nerve bundle. Magnification: x200 when printed at 10 centimetres wide.
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Nerve bundle. Light micrograph of a section through a nerve bundle from the sciatic nerve. Myelin sheaths dark blue circles c...
Nerve bundle. Light micrograph of a section through a nerve bundle from the sciatic nerve. Myelin sheaths dark blue circles can be seen surrounding the axons light blue dots. Perineurium connective tissue, light blue surrounds the nerve bundle. Adipose fat cells dark brown surround the nerve bundle. Magnification: x200 when printed at 10 centimetres wide.
Stock Photo #4128R-13389, Nerve synapses, computer artwork.
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Nerve synapses, computer artwork.
Stock Photo #4128R-20651, Neural network, conceptual artwork
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Neural network, conceptual artwork
Stock Photo #4128R-15617, Nerve cell, computer artwork.
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Nerve cell, computer artwork.
Stock Photo #824-125542, An rTMS session (repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation) in the Depression Center, Paris, France. A depressed patient receives a daily session for a 10-day period. TMS delivers magnetic impulses to the left prefrontal cortex, the area of the brain linked to depression, in order to stimulate the nerve cells.
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An rTMS session (repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation) in the Depression Center, Paris, France. A depressed patient r...
An rTMS session (repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation) in the Depression Center, Paris, France. A depressed patient receives a daily session for a 10-day period. TMS delivers magnetic impulses to the left prefrontal cortex, the area of the brain linked to depression, in order to stimulate the nerve cells.
Stock Photo #4128R-13367, Nerve cell and DNA, computer artwork.
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Nerve cell and DNA, computer artwork.
Stock Photo #4128R-36728, Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
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Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nerv...
Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
Stock Photo #4128R-5907, Nerve cell, computer artwork
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Stock Photo #4128R-20985, Neural network, conceptual artwork
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Neural network, conceptual artwork
Stock Photo #1832R-10303, Neuron
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Stock Photo #824-25624, SKULL, SCAN. Photo essay at the regional hospital complex of Lille, France, hospital Roger Salengro, department of neurosurgery, Gamma knife. Treatment of an acoustic neuroma by stereotaxic radiosurgery Gamma knife. The neurosurgeon is processing the data acquired by Scanner and MRI. Two systems of imagery that can be combined to increase the accuracy and a better definition of lesion borders. A schwannoma of the auditory nerve, also called acoustic neuroma is a benign tumor of Schwann cells for
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SKULL, SCAN. Photo essay at the regional hospital complex of Lille, France, hospital Roger Salengro, department of neurosurge...
SKULL, SCAN. Photo essay at the regional hospital complex of Lille, France, hospital Roger Salengro, department of neurosurgery, Gamma knife. Treatment of an acoustic neuroma by stereotaxic radiosurgery Gamma knife. The neurosurgeon is processing the data acquired by Scanner and MRI. Two systems of imagery that can be combined to increase the accuracy and a better definition of lesion borders. A schwannoma of the auditory nerve, also called acoustic neuroma is a benign tumor of Schwann cells for
Stock Photo #824-26988, ALZHEIMER´S DISEASE, SCINTISCAN. ALZHEIMER´S DISEASE, SCINTISCAN Scintiscan. Normal brain and evidence of cerebral atrophy.
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ALZHEIMER´S DISEASE, SCINTISCAN. ALZHEIMER´S DISEASE, SCINTISCAN Scintiscan. Normal brain and evidence of cerebral atrophy.
Stock Photo #824-125540, An rTMS session (repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation) in the Depression Center, Paris, France. A depressed patient receives a daily session for a 10-day period. TMS delivers magnetic impulses to the left prefrontal cortex, the area of the brain linked to depression, in order to stimulate the nerve cells.
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An rTMS session (repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation) in the Depression Center, Paris, France. A depressed patient r...
An rTMS session (repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation) in the Depression Center, Paris, France. A depressed patient receives a daily session for a 10-day period. TMS delivers magnetic impulses to the left prefrontal cortex, the area of the brain linked to depression, in order to stimulate the nerve cells.
Stock Photo #4128R-30530, Neural network, computer artwork.
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Neural network, computer artwork.
Stock Photo #1841R-113282, Neurology : Examination of perception of vibration with tuning fork . On , fŸr example , polyneuropathy this is restricted
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Neurology : Examination of perception of vibration with tuning fork . On , fŸr example , polyneuropathy this is restricted
Stock Photo #4128R-36722, Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
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Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nerv...
Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
Stock Photo #3153-632870, human optic nerve
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human optic nerve
Stock Photo #1574R-09831, Neospora
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Stock Photo #4269-24917, Neuron. Motor neuron Light microscope
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Neuron. Motor neuron Light microscope
Stock Photo #4128R-12512, Nerve cell
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Nerve cell
Stock Photo #824-124476, Reportage in the Pain Evaluation and Management Centre in Nantes hospital, France. They are specialised in the treatment of persistent chronic pain. An rTMS session (repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation) carried out by a nurse. rTMS is used to treat chronic cephalgia, the aim being to stimulate the brain cells to activate their pain-killing effect.
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Reportage in the Pain Evaluation and Management Centre in Nantes hospital, France. They are specialised in the treatment of p...
Reportage in the Pain Evaluation and Management Centre in Nantes hospital, France. They are specialised in the treatment of persistent chronic pain. An rTMS session (repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation) carried out by a nurse. rTMS is used to treat chronic cephalgia, the aim being to stimulate the brain cells to activate their pain-killing effect.
Stock Photo #4269-25257, Neural stem cell. Cultured neural stem cells (multipotent nerve cells) of transgenic mouse on adhesive substrate. At center, a sphere of glial cells (astrocytes), able to reproduce by mitosis, gives by differenciation nerve cells (neurons), seen on the outside of the sphere. Light Micrograph.
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Neural stem cell. Cultured neural stem cells (multipotent nerve cells) of transgenic mouse on adhesive substrate. At center, ...
Neural stem cell. Cultured neural stem cells (multipotent nerve cells) of transgenic mouse on adhesive substrate. At center, a sphere of glial cells (astrocytes), able to reproduce by mitosis, gives by differenciation nerve cells (neurons), seen on the outside of the sphere. Light Micrograph.
Stock Photo #1849-2942, Man sitting on floor of jail cell
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Man sitting on floor of jail cell
Stock Photo #4268R-6443, Illustration of different types of cells, nerve cells, red blood cell, muscle cell, and guard cells of a leaf
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Illustration of different types of cells, nerve cells, red blood cell, muscle cell, and guard cells of a leaf
Stock Photo #1832R-9903, Neuron
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Neuron
Stock Photo #4268R-8585, Illustration of Oligodendrocyte glia cell or neuroglia
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Illustration of Oligodendrocyte glia cell or neuroglia
Stock Photo #824-110522, PAIN, DRAWING. PAIN, DRAWING The pain circuit. The pain circuit and the body´s endorphin reaction to it.
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PAIN, DRAWING. PAIN, DRAWING The pain circuit. The pain circuit and the body´s endorphin reaction to it.
Stock Photo #824-35962, SYNAPSE. SYNAPSE Synaptic transmission. Illustration of synaptic transmission of a nerve impulse from a synapse on neuron A (purple) to a dendritic spine on neuron B (green). Vesicles liberate excitatory neurotransmitters (orange spheres) which attach themselves to the receptors (red) and open the sodium channels, enabling Na+ ions to penetrate a dendritic spine on neuron B, creating an electric current.
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SYNAPSE. SYNAPSE Synaptic transmission. Illustration of synaptic transmission of a nerve impulse from a synapse on neuron A (...
SYNAPSE. SYNAPSE Synaptic transmission. Illustration of synaptic transmission of a nerve impulse from a synapse on neuron A (purple) to a dendritic spine on neuron B (green). Vesicles liberate excitatory neurotransmitters (orange spheres) which attach themselves to the receptors (red) and open the sodium channels, enabling Na+ ions to penetrate a dendritic spine on neuron B, creating an electric current.
Stock Photo #4128R-30548, Nerve cell, computer artwork.
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Nerve cell, computer artwork.
Stock Photo #824-72136, HEAD, MRI. HEAD, MRI Sagittal section. (Cf. image 0212106 for the numbers) 1. Brain. 2. Corpus callosum (splenium). 3. Septum lucidum. 4. Thalamus. 5. Mamillary body. 6.Mesencephalon. 7. Pons. 8. Medulla oblongata. 9. Spinal cord. 10. Cerbellum. 11. Frontal sinus. 12. Ethmoid cells. 13. Concha. 14. Sphenoidal sinus. 15. Genioglossus muscle, tongue. 16. Mandible. 17. Rhinopharynx. 18. Oropharynx. 19. Laryngopharynx. 20. Trachea. 21. Soft palate. 22. Bone of the skull. 2
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HEAD, MRI. HEAD, MRI Sagittal section. (Cf. image 0212106 for the numbers) 1. Brain. 2. Corpus callosum (splenium). 3. Septum...
HEAD, MRI. HEAD, MRI Sagittal section. (Cf. image 0212106 for the numbers) 1. Brain. 2. Corpus callosum (splenium). 3. Septum lucidum. 4. Thalamus. 5. Mamillary body. 6.Mesencephalon. 7. Pons. 8. Medulla oblongata. 9. Spinal cord. 10. Cerbellum. 11. Frontal sinus. 12. Ethmoid cells. 13. Concha. 14. Sphenoidal sinus. 15. Genioglossus muscle, tongue. 16. Mandible. 17. Rhinopharynx. 18. Oropharynx. 19. Laryngopharynx. 20. Trachea. 21. Soft palate. 22. Bone of the skull. 2
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Stock Photo #824-34080, RETINA, DRAWING. Illustration of cross-section of the retina showing the photoreceptors, cones (pink) and rods (orange), and the optic nerve cells (green).
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RETINA, DRAWING. Illustration of cross-section of the retina showing the photoreceptors, cones (pink) and rods (orange), and ...
RETINA, DRAWING. Illustration of cross-section of the retina showing the photoreceptors, cones (pink) and rods (orange), and the optic nerve cells (green).
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Stock Photo #1848R-309856, Symbol for mobile phone stress - young woman making phone calls with two mobile phones
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Stock Photo #824-64838, GENETICS RESEARCH. GENETICS RESEARCH Photo essay. Genetics research laboratory. Gene therapy requires a gene-drug and a vector to carry it to the target cell. The study of these vectors (vectorology) has demonstrated that viruses can be useful. The pathogenic capacity of the virus is replaced by the gene-drug which is carried to the target cell by natural viral infection. Researchers are developing vectors belonging to several viral families (adenovirus, retrovirus, parvovirus, herpes viru
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GENETICS RESEARCH. GENETICS RESEARCH Photo essay. Genetics research laboratory. Gene therapy requires a gene-drug and a vecto...
GENETICS RESEARCH. GENETICS RESEARCH Photo essay. Genetics research laboratory. Gene therapy requires a gene-drug and a vector to carry it to the target cell. The study of these vectors (vectorology) has demonstrated that viruses can be useful. The pathogenic capacity of the virus is replaced by the gene-drug which is carried to the target cell by natural viral infection. Researchers are developing vectors belonging to several viral families (adenovirus, retrovirus, parvovirus, herpes viru
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Stock Photo #824-80963, NERVE IMPULSE, DRAWING. Nerve impulse illustration.
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Stock Photo #4269-24916, Neuron. Motor neuron SEM (Scanning Electron Microscope)
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Stock Photo #824-85899, ALZHEIMER´S DISEASE, DRAWING. ALZHEIMER´S DISEASE, DRAWING Alzheimer’s disease is the cause of three-fourths of all cases of dementia in subjects over 65 years of age. Dementia results from a reduction in the number of nerve cells and brain atrophy. A reduction in brain volume, particularly the gray matter which is rich in nerve cells, is a characteristic feature of Alzheimer’s disease.
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ALZHEIMER´S DISEASE, DRAWING. ALZHEIMER´S DISEASE, DRAWING Alzheimer’s disease is the cause of three-fourths of all cases of ...
ALZHEIMER´S DISEASE, DRAWING. ALZHEIMER´S DISEASE, DRAWING Alzheimer’s disease is the cause of three-fourths of all cases of dementia in subjects over 65 years of age. Dementia results from a reduction in the number of nerve cells and brain atrophy. A reduction in brain volume, particularly the gray matter which is rich in nerve cells, is a characteristic feature of Alzheimer’s disease.
Stock Photo #824-56948, BLOOD CAPILLARY, DRAWING. In the center, cross_section of capillaries. Above, cross_section of a muscle. Below, cross_section of a nerve a neuraxon
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BLOOD CAPILLARY, DRAWING. In the center, cross_section of capillaries. Above, cross_section of a muscle. Below, cross_section...
BLOOD CAPILLARY, DRAWING. In the center, cross_section of capillaries. Above, cross_section of a muscle. Below, cross_section of a nerve a neuraxon
Stock Photo #824-68266, HEAD, MRI. HEAD, MRI Sagittal section. 1. Brain. 2. Corpus callosum (splenium). 3. Septum lucidum. 4. Thalamus. 5. Mamillary body. 6.Mesencephalon. 7. Pons. 8. Medulla oblongata. 9. Spinal cord. 10. Cerbellum. 11. Frontal sinus. 12. Ethmoid cells. 13. Concha. 14. Sphenoidal sinus. 15. Genioglossus muscle, tongue. 16. Mandible. 17. Rhinopharynx. 18. Oropharynx. 19. Laryngopharynx. 20. Trachea. 21. Soft palate. 22. Bone of the skull. 23. Internal cerebral vein, Great cere
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HEAD, MRI. HEAD, MRI Sagittal section. 1. Brain. 2. Corpus callosum (splenium). 3. Septum lucidum. 4. Thalamus. 5. Mamillary ...
HEAD, MRI. HEAD, MRI Sagittal section. 1. Brain. 2. Corpus callosum (splenium). 3. Septum lucidum. 4. Thalamus. 5. Mamillary body. 6.Mesencephalon. 7. Pons. 8. Medulla oblongata. 9. Spinal cord. 10. Cerbellum. 11. Frontal sinus. 12. Ethmoid cells. 13. Concha. 14. Sphenoidal sinus. 15. Genioglossus muscle, tongue. 16. Mandible. 17. Rhinopharynx. 18. Oropharynx. 19. Laryngopharynx. 20. Trachea. 21. Soft palate. 22. Bone of the skull. 23. Internal cerebral vein, Great cere
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Stock Photo #1832R-8641, Neurons
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Stock Photo #1428-350, Microscopic view of retinal rods and cone cells of the human eye
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Stock Photo #4128R-19375, Conceptual computer artwork of a female head that could be used to depict memory, nerve cells or artificial intelligence.
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Stock Photo #824-60522, NEURINOMA, X_RAY. Neuronima, developped on the sheath of an intercostal nerve. Saggital thoracic x_ray.
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NEURINOMA, X_RAY. Neuronima, developped on the sheath of an intercostal nerve. Saggital thoracic x_ray.
Stock Photo #4128R-3876, Purkinje nerve cells, light micrograph
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Stock Photo #4128R-30540, Neural network, computer artwork.
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Stock Photo #4378-2371, Anatomical model with an illuminated brain showing the activity of nerve cells which causes head pain.
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Anatomical model with an illuminated brain showing the activity of nerve cells which causes head pain.
Stock Photo #1773R-134636, Business woman head in hands in office
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Stock Photo #4268R-10462, Cross section illustration showing connection of human brain to nervous system
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Stock Photo #824-76892, ALZHEIMER´S DISEASE, DRAWING. ALZHEIMER´S DISEASE, DRAWING Illustration of Alzheimer´s disease affection of the cortex and hippocampus. This image is part of a series on the brain anatomy and pathologies. See. images 0445207 for an external view, 0444707, 0444807, 0444907 and 0445007 for a median section, 0444507, 0445107 and 0445307 for a median section of the brain in the cranial box, 0444307 for the cerebral vascularization, 0446307, 0446407 and 0446507 for the cephaleas, 0443907 and 0444007
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ALZHEIMER´S DISEASE, DRAWING. ALZHEIMER´S DISEASE, DRAWING Illustration of Alzheimer´s disease affection of the cortex and hi...
ALZHEIMER´S DISEASE, DRAWING. ALZHEIMER´S DISEASE, DRAWING Illustration of Alzheimer´s disease affection of the cortex and hippocampus. This image is part of a series on the brain anatomy and pathologies. See. images 0445207 for an external view, 0444707, 0444807, 0444907 and 0445007 for a median section, 0444507, 0445107 and 0445307 for a median section of the brain in the cranial box, 0444307 for the cerebral vascularization, 0446307, 0446407 and 0446507 for the cephaleas, 0443907 and 0444007
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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 #824-62732, PARKINSON´S DISEASE, TREATMENT. PARKINSON´S DISEASE, TREATMENT Henri Mondor Hospital, in the French region of Ile-de-France. Neuro-surgery for Parkinson´s Disease. Neuronal transplants. Culture of cerebral cells. nerve cells removed from embryo (IVF) will be transplanted into the patient´s brain.
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PARKINSON´S DISEASE, TREATMENT. PARKINSON´S DISEASE, TREATMENT Henri Mondor Hospital, in the French region of Ile-de-France. ...
PARKINSON´S DISEASE, TREATMENT. PARKINSON´S DISEASE, TREATMENT Henri Mondor Hospital, in the French region of Ile-de-France. Neuro-surgery for Parkinson´s Disease. Neuronal transplants. Culture of cerebral cells. nerve cells removed from embryo (IVF) will be transplanted into the patient´s brain.
Stock Photo #4128R-3578, Neural network, artwork.
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Stock Photo #824-65069, EYE, DRAWING. EYE, DRAWING The eye, retina and fovea. Illustration of the eye with the retina in close-up showing its structure, as well as the fovea (lower left), a dimple at the center of the macula (jaune-rouge). This area provides the sharpest vision and highest level of color perception.
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EYE, DRAWING. EYE, DRAWING The eye, retina and fovea. Illustration of the eye with the retina in close-up showing its structu...
EYE, DRAWING. EYE, DRAWING The eye, retina and fovea. Illustration of the eye with the retina in close-up showing its structure, as well as the fovea (lower left), a dimple at the center of the macula (jaune-rouge). This area provides the sharpest vision and highest level of color perception.
Stock Photo #4239R-8557, Conceptual image of a neuron.
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Conceptual image of a neuron.
Stock Photo #4128R-34125, Opsin. Molecular model of a ligand-free opsin molecule. Opsins are found in photoreceptor cells (rods and cones) in the retina of the eye. This opsin molecule forms a complex with retinal, called rhodopsin or visual purple, in rod cells. The retinal molecule absorbs light, which causes it to change shape and separate from the opsin. This initiates the transmission of nerve impulses to the brain, leading to the sensation of vision. The great sensitivity of rhodopsin is what allows vision in dim l
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Opsin. Molecular model of a ligand-free opsin molecule. Opsins are found in photoreceptor cells (rods and cones) in the retin...
Opsin. Molecular model of a ligand-free opsin molecule. Opsins are found in photoreceptor cells (rods and cones) in the retina of the eye. This opsin molecule forms a complex with retinal, called rhodopsin or visual purple, in rod cells. The retinal molecule absorbs light, which causes it to change shape and separate from the opsin. This initiates the transmission of nerve impulses to the brain, leading to the sensation of vision. The great sensitivity of rhodopsin is what allows vision in dim l
Stock Photo #4128R-21277, Cerebellum tissue, light micrograph
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Stock Photo #824-48489, SYNAPSE. SYNAPSE Mechanism of LTP (long-term potentiation), after a week. Mechanism of LTP (long-term potentiation), one week later. Stage 2 (See images 11968 05 and 11970 05 for stages 1 and 3). The synapse is stimulated once again, but this time, as explained in stage 1, its efficacy is enhanced. This increased sensitivity enables the nerve impulse to travel more easily from one neuron to another. This is the learning process.
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SYNAPSE. SYNAPSE Mechanism of LTP (long-term potentiation), after a week. Mechanism of LTP (long-term potentiation), one week...
SYNAPSE. SYNAPSE Mechanism of LTP (long-term potentiation), after a week. Mechanism of LTP (long-term potentiation), one week later. Stage 2 (See images 11968 05 and 11970 05 for stages 1 and 3). The synapse is stimulated once again, but this time, as explained in stage 1, its efficacy is enhanced. This increased sensitivity enables the nerve impulse to travel more easily from one neuron to another. This is the learning process.
Stock Photo #4128R-2058, Nerve fibres, SEM
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Stock Photo #4378-3637, Multiple nerve cells, which are also called neurons. These are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system within the human body.
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Multiple nerve cells, which are also called neurons. These are responsible for passing information around the central nervous...
Multiple nerve cells, which are also called neurons. These are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system within the human body.
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 #1428R-371, Cross section of skin nerve cells within three layers of human skin
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Stock Photo #4128R-22411, Synapse, computer artwork.
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Stock Photo #1832R-10390, Neurons
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Stock Photo #4239R-8251, Microscopic view of a multipolar neuron. Multipolar neurons possess a single axon and many dendrites.
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Microscopic view of a multipolar neuron. Multipolar neurons possess a single axon and many dendrites.
Stock Photo #824-102981, ACOUSTIC MACULA, DRAWING. Functionning of the macula. The macula is the organ of the static equilibrium position of the head and participates to the dynamic equilibrium recognition of the linear accelerations. Located at the level of the inner ear, the macula is a thickening
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ACOUSTIC MACULA, DRAWING. Functionning of the macula. The macula is the organ of the static equilibrium position of the head ...
ACOUSTIC MACULA, DRAWING. Functionning of the macula. The macula is the organ of the static equilibrium position of the head and participates to the dynamic equilibrium recognition of the linear accelerations. Located at the level of the inner ear, the macula is a thickening
Stock Photo #4128R-4866, Cerebellum structure, light micrograph
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Cerebellum structure, light micrograph
Stock Photo #824-106365, EYE, DRAWING. EYE, DRAWING The eye: retina and fovea. Illustration of the eye with close-up of the retina, showing its structure, as well as the fovea (upper right), a dimple formed at the center of the macula (jaune-rouge). This area provides the sharpest vision and highest level of color perception.
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EYE, DRAWING. EYE, DRAWING The eye: retina and fovea. Illustration of the eye with close-up of the retina, showing its struct...
EYE, DRAWING. EYE, DRAWING The eye: retina and fovea. Illustration of the eye with close-up of the retina, showing its structure, as well as the fovea (upper right), a dimple formed at the center of the macula (jaune-rouge). This area provides the sharpest vision and highest level of color perception.
Stock Photo #1566-462033, Neuron, nerve cells, dendritic tree, axons, soma, synapses, 400 X optical microscope, photomicrography , histology
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Stock Photo #1428R-380, 3D view of the olfactory bulb, the center of the sense of smell.
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3D view of the olfactory bulb, the center of the sense of smell.
Stock Photo #1773R-103597, Woman on a phone by her car
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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 #4128R-5153, Nerve cells, artwork
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Stock Photo #4128R-36732, Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
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Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nerv...
Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
Stock Photo #4378-975, Microscopic styled visualization of neurons.
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Microscopic styled visualization of neurons.
Stock Photo #4128R-20192, Nerve cells, computer artwork.
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Nerve cells, computer artwork.
Stock Photo #1841R-111636, Neurology : Examination of perception of vibration with tuning fork . On , für example , polyneuropathy this is restricted
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Stock Photo #824-108607, ACOUSTIC MACULA, DRAWING. Mechanism of the macula. The macula is the organ of static balance (position of the head) and participate in the dynamic balance (recognition of the linear accelerations). Located at the level of the inner ear, the macula is a thickening of the inner walls of the saccule and the utricle (see images 0228706 and 0228806). It is composed of hair cells (in orange), constitute the sensory receptors, and supporting cells (in pink). Each hair cell is possessed of 40
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ACOUSTIC MACULA, DRAWING. Mechanism of the macula. The macula is the organ of static balance (position of the head) and parti...
ACOUSTIC MACULA, DRAWING. Mechanism of the macula. The macula is the organ of static balance (position of the head) and participate in the dynamic balance (recognition of the linear accelerations). Located at the level of the inner ear, the macula is a thickening of the inner walls of the saccule and the utricle (see images 0228706 and 0228806). It is composed of hair cells (in orange), constitute the sensory receptors, and supporting cells (in pink). Each hair cell is possessed of 40
Stock Photo #1899-13198, Neuron III
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Stock Photo #4128R-33684, Tetanus toxin C-fragment. Molecular model of a fragment of the neurotoxin protein produced by the bacterium Clostridium tetani that causes tetanus. This fragment is responsible for binding to lipids on the membranes of nerve cells (gangliosides). Once bound, other fragments of the protein use enzymatic properties to enter the cell.
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Tetanus toxin C-fragment. Molecular model of a fragment of the neurotoxin protein produced by the bacterium Clostridium tetan...
Tetanus toxin C-fragment. Molecular model of a fragment of the neurotoxin protein produced by the bacterium Clostridium tetani that causes tetanus. This fragment is responsible for binding to lipids on the membranes of nerve cells (gangliosides). Once bound, other fragments of the protein use enzymatic properties to enter the cell.
Stock Photo #4128R-10367, Touch receptor, light micrograph
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Stock Photo #4029R-5140, Nerve Root, Magnification, Axon, Nervous Tissue, Dendrite, Pattern
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Stock Photo #824-129441, Illustration of Charcot’s disease. This disease is the result of motor neuron degeneration. Motor neurons are nerve cells that work as control units and communication links between the nervous system and voluntary muscles. Motor neurons located in the brain (superior motor neurons) transmit nerve impulses to motor neurons in the spinal cord (inferior motor neurons) , as well as to particular muscles. With Charcot’s disease, the superior motor neurons (bulbar) and inferior motor neurons (spinal)
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Illustration of Charcot’s disease. This disease is the result of motor neuron degeneration. Motor neurons are nerve cells tha...
Illustration of Charcot’s disease. This disease is the result of motor neuron degeneration. Motor neurons are nerve cells that work as control units and communication links between the nervous system and voluntary muscles. Motor neurons located in the brain (superior motor neurons) transmit nerve impulses to motor neurons in the spinal cord (inferior motor neurons) , as well as to particular muscles. With Charcot’s disease, the superior motor neurons (bulbar) and inferior motor neurons (spinal)
Stock Photo #1773R-154410, Woman ignoring boyfriend for cell phone
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Woman ignoring boyfriend for cell phone
Stock Photo #1428R-369, Cross section of skin nerve cells feeling pain of a pin prick
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Cross section of skin nerve cells feeling pain of a pin prick
Stock Photo #4128R-22413, Synapse, computer artwork.
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Synapse, computer artwork.
Stock Photo #824-98953, ACOUSTIC MACULA, DRAWING. Mechanism of the macula. The macula is the organ of static balance (position of the head) and participate in the dynamic balance (recognition of the linear accelerations). Located at the level of the inner ear, the macula is a thickening of the inner walls of the saccule and the utricle (see images 0228706 and 0228806). It is composed of hair cells (in orange), constitute the sensory receptors, and supporting cells (in pink). Each hair cell is possessed of 40
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ACOUSTIC MACULA, DRAWING. Mechanism of the macula. The macula is the organ of static balance (position of the head) and parti...
ACOUSTIC MACULA, DRAWING. Mechanism of the macula. The macula is the organ of static balance (position of the head) and participate in the dynamic balance (recognition of the linear accelerations). Located at the level of the inner ear, the macula is a thickening of the inner walls of the saccule and the utricle (see images 0228706 and 0228806). It is composed of hair cells (in orange), constitute the sensory receptors, and supporting cells (in pink). Each hair cell is possessed of 40
Stock Photo #4128R-30526, Neural network, computer artwork.
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Stock Photo #4128R-30550, Central nervous system, conceptual computer artwork.
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Stock Photo #824-122813, Illustration of the patellar reflex. On the left, an illustration of the nerve signal with, in blue, the journey of the afferent impulse from the muscle spindle in the muscle near the bone marrow, counterbalanced by the efferent impulse response (red) which triggers muscle contraction, resisting and opposing stretching, and the efferent impulse (purple) which prevents the antagonistic muscle contracting. The leg remains static. On the right, an illustration of the actors in the patellar reflex.
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Illustration of the patellar reflex. On the left, an illustration of the nerve signal with, in blue, the journey of the affer...
Illustration of the patellar reflex. On the left, an illustration of the nerve signal with, in blue, the journey of the afferent impulse from the muscle spindle in the muscle near the bone marrow, counterbalanced by the efferent impulse response (red) which triggers muscle contraction, resisting and opposing stretching, and the efferent impulse (purple) which prevents the antagonistic muscle contracting. The leg remains static. On the right, an illustration of the actors in the patellar reflex.
Stock Photo #4128R-9627, Nerve cells, artwork
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Stock Photo #4128R-8494, Nerve cell, TEM
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Stock Photo #4297-1679, Anatomical illustration of the underside of the human brain
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Stock Photo #4239R-9459, Different types of acne, non-inflammatory and inflammatory.
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Stock Photo #824-35014, ALZHEIMER´S DISEASE, SCINTISCAN
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Stock Photo #4128R-13430, Nerve cells, computer artwork.
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Stock Photo #1773R-157241, Crying teenage girl on cell phone
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Stock Photo #4128R-36734, Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
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Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nerv...
Computer artwork of nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
Stock Photo #824-51338, PARKINSON´S DISEASE, TREATMENT. PARKINSON´S DISEASE, TREATMENT Henri Mondor Hospital, in the French region of Ile-de-France. Neuro-surgery for Parkinson´s Disease. Neuronal transplants. Culture of cerebral cells. nerve cells removed from embryo (IVF) transplanted into the patient´s brain.
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PARKINSON´S DISEASE, TREATMENT. PARKINSON´S DISEASE, TREATMENT Henri Mondor Hospital, in the French region of Ile-de-France. ...
PARKINSON´S DISEASE, TREATMENT. PARKINSON´S DISEASE, TREATMENT Henri Mondor Hospital, in the French region of Ile-de-France. Neuro-surgery for Parkinson´s Disease. Neuronal transplants. Culture of cerebral cells. nerve cells removed from embryo (IVF) transplanted into the patient´s brain.
Stock Photo #824-85907, NERVE FIBERS, TEM. A small bundle of non_myelinated nerve fibers without a myelin sheath. These very small fibers 0.2 to 0.5 nanometers in red are surrounded by Schwann cells green. This type of nerve fiber conducts nerve influx much slower than myelinated fibers co
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NERVE FIBERS, TEM. A small bundle of non_myelinated nerve fibers without a myelin sheath. These very small fibers 0.2 to 0.5 ...
NERVE FIBERS, TEM. A small bundle of non_myelinated nerve fibers without a myelin sheath. These very small fibers 0.2 to 0.5 nanometers in red are surrounded by Schwann cells green. This type of nerve fiber conducts nerve influx much slower than myelinated fibers co
Stock Photo #4128R-21319, Cerebellum tissue, light micrograph
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Stock Photo #4239R-9343, Conceptual image of neuron.
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Stock Photo #824-87995, ACOUSTIC NEUROMA, MRI. Photo essay at the regional hospital complex of Lille, France, hospital Roger Salengro, department of neurosurgery, Gamma knife. Treatment of an acoustic neuroma by stereotaxic radiosurgery Gamma knife. The two systems of imagery scanner and MRI can be combined to increase the accuracy and a better definition of lesion borders. A schwannoma of the auditory nerve, also called acoustic neuroma is a benign tumor of Schwann cells forming the sheath of the vestibular branch of
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ACOUSTIC NEUROMA, MRI. Photo essay at the regional hospital complex of Lille, France, hospital Roger Salengro, department of ...
ACOUSTIC NEUROMA, MRI. Photo essay at the regional hospital complex of Lille, France, hospital Roger Salengro, department of neurosurgery, Gamma knife. Treatment of an acoustic neuroma by stereotaxic radiosurgery Gamma knife. The two systems of imagery scanner and MRI can be combined to increase the accuracy and a better definition of lesion borders. A schwannoma of the auditory nerve, also called acoustic neuroma is a benign tumor of Schwann cells forming the sheath of the vestibular branch of
Stock Photo #4128R-34030, Acetylcholine receptor. Molecular model showing the structure of a nicotinic acetlycholine receptor. This receptor, for the neurotransmitter acetylcholine, controls electrical signalling between nerve and muscle cells. Attachment of an acetlycholine molecule triggers the rotation of proteins on the opposite side of the pore, opening it to allow the molecule through.
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Acetylcholine receptor. Molecular model showing the structure of a nicotinic acetlycholine receptor. This receptor, for the n...
Acetylcholine receptor. Molecular model showing the structure of a nicotinic acetlycholine receptor. This receptor, for the neurotransmitter acetylcholine, controls electrical signalling between nerve and muscle cells. Attachment of an acetlycholine molecule triggers the rotation of proteins on the opposite side of the pore, opening it to allow the molecule through.
Stock Photo #4128R-10859, Nerve cell. Computer artwork of a nerve cell, also called a neuron.
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Stock Photo #1832R-7742, Synapse
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Stock Photo #4128R-25573, Nerve cells, computer artwork.
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Stock Photo #4128R-30544, Nerve cell, computer artwork.
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Stock Photo #4378-2464, Anatomical model with an illuminated brain showing the activity of nerve cells which causes head pain.
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Anatomical model with an illuminated brain showing the activity of nerve cells which causes head pain.
Stock Photo #4175-14332, Myelin Project MS patients
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Stock Photo #824-129436, Illustration of damage to the brain as a result of a head injury. A severed axon is shown, which prevents impulses travelling from one neuron to another. Blood vessels can also be torn during head injuries, and the resulting bleeding causes a compression of the axons with the risk of a coma. The second part of the drawing shows what must be done at the time of the accident to help the injured person while waiting for the emergency services.
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Illustration of damage to the brain as a result of a head injury. A severed axon is shown, which prevents impulses travelling...
Illustration of damage to the brain as a result of a head injury. A severed axon is shown, which prevents impulses travelling from one neuron to another. Blood vessels can also be torn during head injuries, and the resulting bleeding causes a compression of the axons with the risk of a coma. The second part of the drawing shows what must be done at the time of the accident to help the injured person while waiting for the emergency services.
Stock Photo #4378-5720, Bipolar Neuron
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Stock Photo #1832R-8852, Synapse
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Stock Photo #1773R-133924, Woman working on beach
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Stock Photo #4128R-948, Nerve cell, artwork.
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Stock Photo #4239R-8570, Diagram showing anatomy of human skin.
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Diagram showing anatomy of human skin.
Stock Photo #4239R-8050, Microscopic view of a mast cell. Mast cells are found resident in tissues throughout the body, particularly in association with structures such as blood vessels and nerves.
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Microscopic view of a mast cell. Mast cells are found resident in tissues throughout the body, particularly in association wi...
Microscopic view of a mast cell. Mast cells are found resident in tissues throughout the body, particularly in association with structures such as blood vessels and nerves.
Stock Photo #4128R-33812, Insulin-like growth factor 1 (IGF-1), molecular model. IGFs are polypeptides that are similar in their molecular structure to insulin. IGF-1 is mainly secreted by the liver as a result of stimulation by growth hormone. In addition to acting in a similar way to insulin, IGF-1 can also regulate cell growth and development, especially in nerve cells, as well as cellular DNA synthesis. It plays an important role in growth and development throughout childhood and into adulthood.
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Insulin-like growth factor 1 (IGF-1), molecular model. IGFs are polypeptides that are similar in their molecular structure to...
Insulin-like growth factor 1 (IGF-1), molecular model. IGFs are polypeptides that are similar in their molecular structure to insulin. IGF-1 is mainly secreted by the liver as a result of stimulation by growth hormone. In addition to acting in a similar way to insulin, IGF-1 can also regulate cell growth and development, especially in nerve cells, as well as cellular DNA synthesis. It plays an important role in growth and development throughout childhood and into adulthood.
Stock Photo #824-104566, RETINA, DRAWING
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Stock Photo #1832R-9743, Synapse
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Stock Photo #4409-44927, RAMON AND CAJAL, Santiago (Petilla of Aragon, Navarre 1852-Madrid, 1934). Spanish histologist, physician and pathologist. He made important discoveries such as laws governing the morphology and connections of nerve cells in the brain. Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1906 along with C. Golgi.
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RAMON AND CAJAL, Santiago (Petilla of Aragon, Navarre 1852-Madrid, 1934). Spanish histologist, physician and pathologist. He ...
RAMON AND CAJAL, Santiago (Petilla of Aragon, Navarre 1852-Madrid, 1934). Spanish histologist, physician and pathologist. He made important discoveries such as laws governing the morphology and connections of nerve cells in the brain. Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1906 along with C. Golgi.
Stock Photo #4128R-1375, Purkinje cells. Light micrograph of a section through the cerebellum, which has been treated with silver stains, showing pukinje cells dark blue and their dendritic processes. Magnification: x250 when printed at 10 centimetres wide.
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Purkinje cells. Light micrograph of a section through the cerebellum, which has been treated with silver stains, showing puki...
Purkinje cells. Light micrograph of a section through the cerebellum, which has been treated with silver stains, showing pukinje cells dark blue and their dendritic processes. Magnification: x250 when printed at 10 centimetres wide.
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 #1832R-8947, Neurons
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Stock Photo #1773R-129757, Man doing a telephone call
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Stock Photo #4128R-36723, Computer artwork of firing nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
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Computer artwork of firing nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the centr...
Computer artwork of firing nerve cells, also called neurons. Neurons are responsible for passing information around the central nervous system (CNS) and from the CNS to the rest of the body. The nerve cell comprises a nerve cell body surrounded by numerous extensions called dendrites, which collect information from other nerve cells or from sensory cells. Each neuron has one process called an axon through which information passes to other cells, including other nerve cells and muscle fibres.
Stock Photo #824-106142, NEURON. The synapse is the junction between two neurons, which conducts the nerve impulse action potential. Here, synaptic vesicle in red and mitochondria in blue and pink.
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NEURON. The synapse is the junction between two neurons, which conducts the nerve impulse action potential. Here, synaptic ve...
NEURON. The synapse is the junction between two neurons, which conducts the nerve impulse action potential. Here, synaptic vesicle in red and mitochondria in blue and pink.
Stock Photo #4128R-13387, Nerve synapses, computer artwork.
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Stock Photo #4239R-8060, Close-up view of the synapse in the nervous system. A synapse is a structure that permits a neuron (or nerve cell) to pass an electrical or chemical signal to another cell.
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Close-up view of the synapse in the nervous system. A synapse is a structure that permits a neuron (or nerve cell) to pass an...
Close-up view of the synapse in the nervous system. A synapse is a structure that permits a neuron (or nerve cell) to pass an electrical or chemical signal to another cell.
Stock Photo #1832R-10749, Neurons
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Stock Photo #824-460, Close-up of nerve cells
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Stock Photo #4128R-8002, Smell receptors, TEM
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Stock Photo #824-124534, Reportage in the Pain Evaluation and Management Centre in Nantes hospital, France. They are specialised in the treatment of persistent chronic pain. An rTMS session (repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation) carried out by a nurse. rTMS is used to treat chronic cephalgia, the aim being to stimulate the brain cells to activate their pain-killing effect.
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Reportage in the Pain Evaluation and Management Centre in Nantes hospital, France. They are specialised in the treatment of p...
Reportage in the Pain Evaluation and Management Centre in Nantes hospital, France. They are specialised in the treatment of persistent chronic pain. An rTMS session (repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation) carried out by a nurse. rTMS is used to treat chronic cephalgia, the aim being to stimulate the brain cells to activate their pain-killing effect.
Stock Photo #824-100838, SEROTONIN SYNAPSE. Serotoninergic synapse The nerve impulse is transmitted between two synapses thanks to serotonin garnet balls contained in the vescicles of the presynaptic neuron. In the synaptic cleft, these vesicles release the serotonin, that fixes to the receptors of the synaptic button´s postsynaptic neuron. The presynaptic neuron possess two types of membrane receptors that control the concentration of serotonin in the synaptic cleft : the autoreceptor in pink and the carrier of the ser
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SEROTONIN SYNAPSE. Serotoninergic synapse The nerve impulse is transmitted between two synapses thanks to serotonin garnet ba...
SEROTONIN SYNAPSE. Serotoninergic synapse The nerve impulse is transmitted between two synapses thanks to serotonin garnet balls contained in the vescicles of the presynaptic neuron. In the synaptic cleft, these vesicles release the serotonin, that fixes to the receptors of the synaptic button´s postsynaptic neuron. The presynaptic neuron possess two types of membrane receptors that control the concentration of serotonin in the synaptic cleft : the autoreceptor in pink and the carrier of the ser
Stock Photo #4378-2720, Areas of light showing neurons and their connective pathways.
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Areas of light showing neurons and their connective pathways.
Stock Photo #1566-012641, Panic attack
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Stock Photo #4128R-4610, Nerve cell, computer artwork
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Stock Photo #1033-119, Neuron
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Stock Photo #824-27084, DOPAMINE SYNAPSE. Synaptic cleft. At the level of the synaptic cleft, the transmission of the nerve impulse is made thanks to a neurotransmitter in green , released by the exocytosis of the synaptic vesicles of the upstream neuron , example : dopamine that links to a receptor located in the membrane of the downstream neuron in purple , example : dopaminergic receptor. When it becomes fixed to the receptor, the neurotransmitter in green enables the transmission of the nerve impulse. An antagonist
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DOPAMINE SYNAPSE. Synaptic cleft. At the level of the synaptic cleft, the transmission of the nerve impulse is made thanks to...
DOPAMINE SYNAPSE. Synaptic cleft. At the level of the synaptic cleft, the transmission of the nerve impulse is made thanks to a neurotransmitter in green , released by the exocytosis of the synaptic vesicles of the upstream neuron , example : dopamine that links to a receptor located in the membrane of the downstream neuron in purple , example : dopaminergic receptor. When it becomes fixed to the receptor, the neurotransmitter in green enables the transmission of the nerve impulse. An antagonist

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