Mapping the brain... nuff said.
Researchers Rediscover and Map 'Lost' Brain Structure - Neuroscience News
Researchers Rediscover and Map ‘Lost’ Brain Structure Neuroscience News September 14, 2015. Two 19th-century drawings of the VOF are from a post-mortem dissection. The right image was created by French anatomist Joseph Jules Déjerine in 1895. Credit: Kevin Weiner.
Impaired Mitochondrial Energy Production Causes Light-Induced Photoreceptor Degeneration Independent of Oxidative Stress
This image shows photoreceptor neurons of the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster, with the photoreceptors visualized by phalloidin (green). The light-sensitive protein rhodopsin 1 (yellow) is aberrantly localized in the cytoplasm of those photoreceptors that have defective mitochondria (non-blue), while the normal photoreceptors are marked by RFP (blue). Image credit: Manish Jaiswal
Allen Cell Types Database: Understanding The Fundamental Building Blocks Of The Brain
Paul Allen Got One Step Closer To Mapping The Human Brain | “This is part of a substantial plan in the global scheme of [brain research],” says Allan Jones, CEO of the Allen Institute, which is based in Seattle. “We want to map the entire brain in terms of cell types.”