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  • In [[neuroanatomy]], the '''red nucleus''' is in the [[mesencephalon]] of the upper [[brainstem]] and is a "pinkish ...rays-image710.gif|right|350px|Section through the midbrain showing the red nucleus (#7).}}
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  • ...em]] that lies between the [[red nucleus|red nuclei]] and the [[vestibular nucleus|vestibular nuclei]]."<ref>{{MeSH}}</ref><ref name="isbn0-07-067439-6-p358"> ...rays-image710.gif|right|350px|Section through the midbrain showing the red nucleus (#7).}}
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  • #redirect [[Red nucleus]]
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  • ...The causative lesion for this condition is located above the [[red nucleus|red nuclei]] and usually consists of diffuse cerebral damage."<ref>{{MeSH}}</re ...rays-image710.gif|right|350px|Section through the midbrain showing the red nucleus (#7).}}
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  • ...h ventricle]]. This area produces [[Purkinje cell]]s and deep cerebellar [[nucleus (neuroanatomy)|nuclear]] neurons. These cells are the primary output neuron ...|stereological]] study has found that human cerebellar [[white matter]] is reduced by 26% with age (over the age range 19&ndash;84).<ref>{{Cite journal
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  • In [[neuroanatomy]], the '''red nucleus''' is in the [[mesencephalon]] of the upper [[brainstem]] and is a "pinkish ...rays-image710.gif|right|350px|Section through the midbrain showing the red nucleus (#7).}}
    527 B (71 words) - 07:54, 7 October 2013
  • {{r|Red nucleus}}
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  • {{r|Red nucleus||**}}
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  • {{r|Red nucleus}}
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  • The ventral tegmentum mesencephali contains the [[red nucleus]].
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  • {{r|Red nucleus}}
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  • ...ied these animals for years in order to find out why evolution caused impaired regeneration capabilities, and whether [[electric field]]s or currents coul ...s in his 1985 book ''[[The Body Electric]]'', and also (condensed and compared with other fields) in the first part of his 1990 book ''Cross Currents''.
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  • ...ery large [[bone marrow]] cell called a [[megakaryocyte]] (mega=big, karyo=nucleus, cyte=cell). Normally, a multitude of platelets flow through the blood str ...lood cells, and measure 1.5–3.0 [[micrometre|&mu;m]] in diameter. Unlike red blood cells, platelets contain no pigment and are both clear and colorless.
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  • ...is elegans]]'') are [[stain]]ed so that their [[cell nucleus|nuclei]] glow red. |Red beard sponge.jpg|This [[red beard sponge]] (Microciona prolifera) washed up onshore. Sponges attach to
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  • ...ts represent [[vasopressin]] (AVP) neurones (also seen in the [[supraoptic nucleus]], SON). The medial surface is the 3rd ventricle (3V), with more lateral to ...er]], although the [[Neuroendocrinology | neuroendocrine]] neurons in this nucleus project to sites (the [[median eminence]] and the [[posterior pituitary]])
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  • ...e relieved by complete rest. Touching the affected body part or muscle may reduce tremor severity (a geste antagoniste). The tremor may be the initial sig ...intention. This tremor is associated with conditions which affect the red nucleus in the midbrain, classically unusual strokes.
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  • ...]]s estimate their [[species]] to number many millions—and include an incredibly [[biodiversity|diverse array]] of both familiar and strange creatures, ...a. Some animals such as [[coral]] were considered plants because they appeared sessile and similar to plants' branches. Additionally, many [[protist]]s we
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  • ...b|300 px| Oxytocin neurons immunolabelled (red) in the rat paraventricular nucleus.]] ...ary gland. Oxytocin is also made by some neurons in the [[paraventricular nucleus]] that project to other parts of the brain and to the [[spinal cord]]. In t
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  • ...b|300 px| Oxytocin neurons immunolabelled (red) in the rat paraventricular nucleus.]] ...ary gland. Oxytocin is also made by some neurons in the [[paraventricular nucleus]] that project to other parts of the brain and to the [[spinal cord]]. In t
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  • ...tic factor]]-A, and a [[basophil kallikrein of anaphylaxis]], BK-A. Triggered basophils are characterized by the presence of surface [[CD63 antigen]]. ...e beautiful, but in a dark and somber way, in comparison with the cheerful red polka-dots of [[eosinophil]]s.
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  • ...f single types of blood cell. [[Aplastic anemia]], for example, shuts down red cell production, and most other hematologic diseases are selective. MDS is ...penia]], [[anemia]] and [[thrombocytopenia]] (low cell counts of white and red blood cells, and platelets, respectively)
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