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14:37, 11 January 2008 Complete neuron cell diagram.svg.png (file) Complete_neuron_cell_diagram.svg.png 321 KB {{Image notes wikimedia |Description=A detailed diagram of a neuron |Year created=12 jul 2007 |Real-named author=Mariana Ruiz Villarreal |Author link=http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:LadyofHats |Wikimedia source page=http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Image:Complete_neuron_cell_diagram.svg |Notes= |Other versions=}} 1
02:09, 11 January 2008 Synapse.gif (file) Synapse.gif 11 KB {{Image notes |Description=A diagram of a chemical synapse |Author=United States Government |Date=Unknown |Source=http://www.nida.nih.gov/JSP/MOD3/page3.html |Country first published in=United States |Copyright holder=The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) |Notes= |Other versions=}} 1
06:33, 4 January 2008 Schizophrenia glutamate.jpg (file) Schizophrenia_glutamate.jpg 23 KB {{Image notes |Description=An fMRI study of patients with schizophrenia. While they performed a working memory task, the less the prefrontal cortex (red) activated, the more dopamine increased in the striatum (green). |Author=Andreas Meyer-Lindenberg, M.D., Ph.D., NIMH Clinical Brain Disorders Branch |Date=2002 |Source=http://www.nih.gov/news/pr/jan2002/nimh-28.htm |Country first published in=United States |Copyright holder=The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) is part of the '''National Institutes of Health''' (NIH), the Federal Government's primary agency for biomedical and behavioral research. NIH is a component of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. |Notes= |Other versions=}} 1
01:59, 3 January 2008 1976 ebola outbreak.jpg (file) 1976_ebola_outbreak.jpg 47 KB {{Image notes |Description=This photograph showed Dr. Margaret Isaacson as she was tending to the needs of an Ebola patient in a Yambuku, Zaire hospital theatre block that was used as a temporary ICU for Ebola patients during the country’s 1976 outbreak. |Author=Joel G. Breman, M.D., D.T.P.H. |Date=1976 |Source=Search "7089" at http://phil.cdc.gov/Phil/quicksearch.asp |Country first published in=United States |Copyright holder=Center for Disease Control/Dr. Lyle Conrad |Notes= |Other versions=}} 1
06:24, 28 December 2007 NMDA receptor.jpg (file) NMDA_receptor.jpg 67 KB {{Image notes |Description=Activation (i.e., excitation) occurs when either glutamate (Glu) or N-methyl-d-aspartate (NMDA) and glycine (Gly) bind to the receptor molecule. A channel within the receptor complex enables molecules to cross the cell membrane. Magnesium (Mg) blocks this channel. When Mg is removed from the channel and the receptor is activated, calcium (Ca++) and sodium (Na+) ions enter the cell and potassium ions (K+) leave. MK-801 prevents the flow of ions across the membrane by binding to a site within the ion channel, thereby blocking NMDA receptor function and protecting the cell against excess activation (i.e., excitotoxicity). |Author= J.D. Thomas and E.P. Riley |Date=1998 |Source=http://www.niaaa.nih.gov/Resources/GraphicsGallery/Neuroscience/221p51.htm |Country first published in=United States |Copyright holder=National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism |Notes= |Other versions=}} 1
05:48, 28 December 2007 Mri alcohol.gif (file) Mri_alcohol.gif 88 KB {{Image notes |Description=Images displayed in the coronal orientation from MRI and DTI studies of a 61-year-old healthy man (upper images) and a 60-year-old alcoholic man (lower images). The high-resolution MRI slices are at the same locations as the fractional anisotropy images of the DTI panels. Note on the MRI the thinner corpus callosum displaced upward by enlarged ventricles and, on the DTI, less well delineated white matter tracts in the alcoholic man compared with the healthy man. |Author= M. Rosenbloom, E.V. Sullivan, and A. Pfefferbaum. |Date=2003 |Source=http://www.niaaa.nih.gov/Resources/GraphicsGallery/Neuroscience/neuro.htm |Country first published in=United States |Copyright holder=National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA) |Notes= |Other versions=}} 1
05:31, 28 December 2007 Fmri visual.jpg (file) Fmri_visual.jpg 43 KB {{Image notes |Description=3-D fMRI map of regions in the brain that exhibit blood flow changes in response to visual stimulation. Scientists are using powerful MRI machines which allow, noninvasively, for the localization and visualization of active brain regions. Functional MRI (fMRI), a technique that measures small and localized blood flow changes that follow increase in neuronal activity in the brain, was done on a ultra-high field magnet (9.4 Tesla) using high spatial resolution (0.15 x 0.15 mm). The image shows in great detail a 3-D fMRI map of regions in the visual cortex that exhibit larger blood flow changes in response to visual stimulation. The functional map is overlaid on a high resolution anatomical image. |Author=Dr. Noam Harel, University of Minnesota |Date=Approx. 2005 |Source=http://www.nibib.nih.gov/publicPage.cfm?section=gallery&action=desc&page=2&image=nibib_121205_160502.jpg |Country first published in=United States |Copyright holder=Dr. Noam Harel, National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering. |Notes= |Other versions=}} 1
05:24, 28 December 2007 Fmri audio.jpg (file) Fmri_audio.jpg 52 KB {{Image notes |Description=Computer-generated image of a human brain shows activation in response to various sound frequencies. In this computer-generated image of a human brain, surface convolutions have been flattened out, allowing scientists to more accurately measure the brain's geometric and anatomical properties. The brightly colored regions show activation of the primary auditory cortex in response to various sound frequencies. To obtain the image, researchers used ultrahigh-field magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), with a magnetic field strength of 7 tesla, which provides highly detailed information about brain structure and function. |Author=Dr. Kamil Ugurbil, University of Minnesota. |Date= |Source=http://www.nibib.nih.gov/publicPage.cfm?section=gallery&action=desc&page=5&image=nibib_092605_082252.jpg |Country first published in=United States |Copyright holder=Dr. Kamil Ugurbil (National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering) |Notes= |Other versions=}} 1
01:25, 28 December 2007 Schizophrenia.jpg (file) Schizophrenia.jpg 79 KB {{Image notes |Description=A painting that demonstrates the experience of schizophrenia. |Author=Craig Finn |Date=2005 |Source=http://medicine.plosjournals.org/perlserv/?request=get-document&doi=10.1371%2Fjournal.pmed.0020146 |Country first published in=United States |Copyright holder=Copyright: © 2005 Public Library of Science. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Public Domain Declaration, which stipulates that, once placed in the public domain, this work may be freely reproduced, distributed, transmitted, modified, built upon, or otherwise used by anyone for any lawful purpose. |Notes= |Other versions=}} 1
18:27, 27 December 2007 E. coli O157-H7.jpg (file) E._coli_O157-H7.jpg 74 KB {{Image notes |Description= A magnification of the Escherichia coli bacteria strain O157:H7. |Author= Janice Carr, from the Public Health Image Library |Date= 2006 |Source= http://phil.cdc.gov/PHIL_Images/8800/8800_lores.jpg |Country first published in= United States |Copyright holder= None - This image is in the public domain and thus free of any copyright restrictions. |Notes= |Other versions=}} 1