Pink Brain

The Pink Brain, a series that shows us beauty in the most unexpected places. A splash of color, a splash of information. Learn more about the brain from the pictures below.

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Figure 4. Histology of adult mouse cerebellum analyzed by HE staining. Viewed with Leica DM1 AF6000B. Histology is a branch of science that studies the microscopic structure of biological materials, their components, and how these components are structurally or functionally related.

Cerebellum.

Figure 5. The "little brain" located at the back of your brain controls movements, balance, coordination and posture. It has been long associated with the control of movement and recently linked to learning and memory. Why is it pink and purple? Hematoxylin and Eosin are chemicals used to stain this mouse brain.

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Figure 6. Hematoxylin and eosin stain is the most widely used stain in medical diagnosis, especially when pathologists want to determine cancer's spread or extent.

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