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Posted by | 15 November 2018
Crossed wires image is Biomedical Picture of the Day

Image showing human nerve cells growing and making connections inside a mouse brain is published on 15 November 2018 on the Biomedical Picture of the Day (BPoD) web site.

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Posted by | 11 October 2018
New paper in Science on the modelling dynamics of human brain cell transplants

We have a new collaborative paper in Science on the modelling dynamics of human brain cells transplanted from individuals with and without Down's syndrome into mice. In vivo modeling of...

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Posted by | 21 August 2018
New paper on the effects of antipsychotic medication on microglia

Peter Bloomfield’s study on the effects of antipsychotic medication on microglia in vivo has been published in the Journal of Psychopharmacology. Congratulations Peter! The effects of haloperidol on microglial morphology...

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Posted by | 3 July 2018
New paper on ageing of the somatosensory cortex

We have a new paper in PLoS One comparing the neuropil ultrastructure and connectivity of aged and adult mice. The effects of aging on neuropil structure in mouse somatosensory cortex—A...

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Posted by | 9 November 2017
New paper reviews in vivo optical imaging of CNS injury and disease

We have a cover article in the The Journal of Neuroscience discussing recent advances in understanding neuronal, glial, and other cellular responses to CNS injury and disease with in vivo...

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Posted by | 5 September 2017
New paper on fully-automated method for detecting axonal synapses

We have a new paper in PLoS One demonstrating a new, fully-automated, highly accurate approach for detecting axonal synapses (boutons). Detection of axonal synapses in 3D two-photon images. Bass, C.,...

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Posted by | 26 February 2016
Constant gardener image is Biomedical Picture of the Day

Image showing microglia extending to connect with neurons is published on 26 February 2016 on the Biomedical Picture of the Day (BPoD) web site.

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Posted by | 16 February 2016
Path of invasion image is Biomedical Picture of the Day

An intravital image showing the spread of glioblastoma in the human brain is published on 16 February 2016 on the Biomedical Picture of the Day (BPoD) web site.

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Posted by | 16 October 2015
New paper shows link between elevated immune cell activity and schizophrenia

We have a new paper in the American Journal of Psychiatry showing that immune cell (microglial) activity is elevated in people with schizophrenia and at ultra high risk of psychosis....

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Posted by | 28 July 2013
Growing again image is Biomedical Picture of the Day

A 3D reconstruction image of a regenerating nerve is published on 28 July 2013 on the Biomedical Picture of the Day (BPoD) web site.

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