Neuron cells in the central amygdala of a mouse brain
Neuron cells in the central amygdala of a mouse brain. Red, magenta and yellow cells (but not green or blue) are part of a collection of neurons called the CeAga that has potent pain-suppression abilities.
[Research supported by a U.S. National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship.]
Learn more in the Duke University news story Neurobiologist finds potent pain-suppression center in the brain. (Date image taken: unknown; date originally posted to NSF Multimedia Gallery: July 21, 2020)
Credit: Fan Wang Lab - Duke University
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