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5/28/20
Anatomy of a Neuron (Nerve Cell) - Medical Animation
 
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Anatomy of a Neuron (Nerve Cell) - Medical Animation
Anatomy of a Neuron (Nerve Cell). This 3D medical animation depicts electrical impulses transmitting across nerve cells, or neurons. From within a vast matrix of neurons we see bright flashes representing impulses traveling across the axons, dendrites, and cell bodies of the neurons. Labels clearly show the axon, dendrites, and cell body.

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