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The Color in the Cranium

This entry to Image of the Month comes from Danielle Beckman on Twitter/X. On the original post, Danielle wrote:

“‘One of the strongest motives that lead men to Art and Science is escape from everyday life with its painful crudity and hopeless dreariness.’ Einstein in 1918. #MicroscopyMonday not so happy, but [is] still happening. This image shows misfolded tau in the hippocampus. #Alzheimer”

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About the Author
Danielle Beckman

Neuroscientist and Postdoc at the California Primate Center, USA.

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