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English: Tyramide filled neurons from the cingulate cortex of mouse brain. The two larger cells on the left are in upper layer 5, and the two on the right are in layer 2/3. Image taken by holding a digital camera against the eyepiece of a dissecting scope.
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Author Mark Miller from San Francisco, CA, USA


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current19:51, 29 April 2019Thumbnail for version as of 19:51, 29 April 2019996 × 895 (122 KB)Senator2029
17:38, 19 August 2006Thumbnail for version as of 17:38, 19 August 2006500 × 449 (45 KB)ShushruthFrom the page of the flickr user neurollero Shows tyramide filled neurons from the cingulate cortex of mouse brain.

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