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Vector infographic of Neuron and glial cells (Neuroglia). Astrocyte, microglia and oligodendrocyte, ependymal cells (ependymocytes and tanycytes)
Illustration of microglia.  Neuroglia (glial cell)
Microglia cells stained with Rio Hortega's silver carbonate method in the grey matter of the brain. This type is the ramified or "resting" microglia that appears in normal brain tissue.
Vector Illustration of microglia.  Neuroglia (glial cell)
A microglia cell. It plays an important role in the pathogenesis of Alzheimer's disease. Microglia are specialised macrophages that restrain the accumulation of amyloid plaques (orange). 3d rendering
Microglia cell and neuron. Microglial cells are specialised macrophages. They are constantly scavenging the central neuron system for plaques, damaged neurons and infectious agents. 3d rendering
Neurons and non-neuronal cells in brain. oligodendrocyte, microglia, astrocytes and Schwann cells. diagram for educational, medical, biological and science use
Microglia cells (red) play an important role in the pathogenesis of Alzheimer's disease. Microglia are specialised macrophages that restrain the accumulation of amyloid (orange plaques). 3d rendering
Activation of microglia. Neuron. Nerve cell. Infographics. Vector illustration on isolated background
Neurons and glial cells (Neuroglia) in brain (oligodendrocyte, microglia, astrocytes and Schwann cells), ependymal cells (ependymocytes). Vector diagram for educational, medical, biological use
Activation of a microglial cell. diagram for educational, medical, biological and science use
Cells of human's brain. Neuron and glial cells (Microglia, astrocyte and oligodendrocyte). Vector diagram for educational, medical, biological and science use
The structure of microglia. Neuron. Nerve cell. Infographics. Vector illustration on isolated background
 Multistep model of microglial activation dynamics.  Reactive (Activated)
Alzheimer disease:
The yellow structures are amyloid plaques damaging neurons. The violet cells are microglia cells that phagocyte and degrade a sick neuron.
Neurons and non-neuronal cells in brain (oligodendrocyte, microglia, astrocytes and Schwann cells). Vector diagram for educational, medical, biological and science use
Types of neurons. Structure sensory, motor neuron, astrocyte, pyromidal, Betz cell, microglia. Set. Infographics Vector illustration on isolated background
Multiple sclerosis (MS): microglia cells (orange) damage the myelin sheath of neuron axons leading to a loss of the nerve function. 3d rendering
Microglia cell stained with Rio Hortega's silver carbonate method. This ramified or "resting" microglia appears in normal brain tissue.
Neuron or human brain cell icon. Flat. Isolated. On white background.
Microglia cells stained with Rio Hortega's silver carbonate method in the grey matter of the brain. This type is the ramified or "resting" microglia that appears in normal brain tissue.
Neurons and neuroglial cells. Glial cells are non-neuronal cells in brain. There are different types of glial cells: oligodendrocyte, microglia, astrocytes and Schwann cells
Microglia cells of the hippocampus (Ammon horn) demonstrated with the Rio-Hortega’s method (silver carbonate). This type is the ramified or "resting" microglia that appears in normal brain tissue.
Cells of human's brain. Neuron and glial cells (Microglia, astrocyte and oligodendrocyte). diagram for educational, medical, biological and science use
White matter in the brain and spinal cord: neurons with myelinated axons, oligodendrocytes forming the myelin sheaths, fibrous astrocytes (dark blue) and microglia cells (violet). 3d rendering
Silver stained cerebellar cortex in a case of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease. There are a severe loss of granular and Purkinje cells, and a notable activation of microglia cells in the molecular layer
Neurons in the healthy brain and Alzheimer's disease with amyloid plaques. in comparison. Medical background
Microglia cells stained with Rio Hortega's silver carbonate method in the grey matter of the brain. This type is the ramified or "resting" microglia that appears in normal brain tissue.
Neuron without nucleus line icon. Dead neuron, neural atrophy, no sensitivity symbol
Neuroglia, also called glial cells are non-neuronal cells that maintain homeostasis, form myelin, and provide support and protection for neurons in the central and peripheral nervous systems.
Neurons in the brain with Alzheimer's disease, and amyloid plaques. Vector background. Alzheimer's disease is the change in tau protein that results in the breakdown of microtubules in brain cells
Activation of microglia. Neuron. Nerve cell. Infographics. illustration on isolated background
Illustration of Neuron and glial cells (Neuroglia). Astrocyte, microglia and oligodendrocyte, ependymal cells (ependymocytes and tanycytes)
Microglia cells of the molecular layer of cerebellar cortex. This type is the ramified or "resting" microglia that appears in normal brain tissue. Rio-Hortega’s method (silver carbonate)
Microglia cells of the hippocampus (Ammon horn) demonstrated with the Rio-Hortega method (silver carbonate).
The structure of microglia. Neuron. Nerve cell. Infographics. illustration on isolated background
Three types of brain cells.
Red: astrocytes, green: pyramidal neurons, blue: microglia cells,
Alzheimer disease: neuron with amyloid plaques,
Types of neuroglia. Classification of glial cells: microglia, astrocytes, oligodendrocytes and Schwann cells, Ependymal cells
Alzheimer's disease is the change in tau protein that results in the breakdown of microtubules in brain cells. Mechanism of disease. two neurons: healthy cell and neuron with Alzheimers. Tau hypothesi
Cerebral cortex. Microglia cells stained with the Rio-Hortega’s method (silver carbonate). This type is the ramified or "resting" microglia that appears in normal brain tissue.
Types of neuroglia. Classification of glial cells: microglia, astrocytes, oligodendrocytes and Schwann cells, Ependymal cells
Astrocyte structure. Nerve cell. Infographics. Vector illustration on isolated background
Neurons and neuroglial cells. Glial cells are non-neuronal cells in brain. There are different types of glial cells: oligodendrocyte, microglia, astrocytes and Schwann cells
Multiple sclerosis (MS): heatlhy neuron with intact myelin sheaths (left), neuron affected by MS (right) 
Microglia cells attack the oligodendrocytes that form the  myelin sheath. 3d rendering
The structure of microglia. Neuron. Nerve cell. Infographics. illustration on isolated background
The beta amyloid peptid, amyloid plaques growing on a neuron.
It consists of about 30 amino acids and aggregates to amyloid plaques, that may damage and kill neurons.
icons brain and neurons cell for infographic. Nervous system. Human anatomy
The main cells of the brain: yellow: neurons; orange: astrocytes; grey: oligodendrocytes; white: microglia/ Brain cells
Microglial cells, found in the central nervous system (CNS). Structure of microglia
Neuron affected by multiple sclerosis
 Microglia cells attack the oligodendrocytes  that form the myelin sheath. 3d rendering
types of neuroglia. Structure of the peripheral nervous system and  central nervous system:  microglia, astrocyte, oligodendrocyte, ependymal, satellite glial and schwann cell.
Brain cells (marked by fluorescence)
Light green: neurons; green: astrocytes; yellowish green: microglia cells.
Alzheimer disease, neuron network with amyloid plaques
Amyloid plaques forming between neurons 3d ilustration. Beta-amyloid protein disrupting nerve cells function in a brain with Alzheimer's disease
Microglia cells of the molecular layer of cerebellar cortex. This type is the ramified or "resting" microglia that appears in normal brain tissue. Rio-Hortega’s method (silver carbonate)
human brain, in two halves: healthy and Alzheimer's disease. Healthy neuron and neuron with amyloid plaques. in comparison
The structure of microglia. Neuron. Nerve cell. Infographics. Vector illustration on isolated background
Nerve cell with magnifying glass line icon. Neural tissue research, health analyzes, disease prevention symbol
Microglia cells of the hippocampus (Ammon horn) demonstrated with the Rio-Hortega’s method (silver carbonate). This type is the ramified or "resting" microglia that appears in normal brain tissue.
Beta-amyloid protein/Amyloid plaque and Tau protein aggregate 3d ilustration. Neurofibrillary tangle are primary markers for Alzheimer's disease

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human brain, in two halves: healthy and Alzheimer's disease. Healthy neuron and neuron with amyloid plaques. in comparison
Photo of astrocytes (brain glial cells) marked with antibodies for GFAP (green) + DAPI (blue) for nuclei of all the brain cells
3 phases of the Alzheimer disease.
1. Healthy neuron. 2. Neuron with amyloid plaques (yellow). 3. Dead neuron being digested by microglia cells (red)
Silver stained cerebellar cortex in a case of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease. There are a severe loss of granular and Purkinje cells, and a notable activation of microglia cells in the molecular layer
neurons and neuroglia. oligodendrocyte
Types of Neuroglia: oligodendrocytes, astrocytes, microglia, schwann cells, satellite cells, ependymal cells.
Brain cells.
Green: pyramidal neurons, red: astrocytes, blue: microglia cells.
glial cells on the color background. Medical and science illustration
macrophage cell
Photo of a pure astrocytes culture (brain glial cells) marked with antibodies for GFAP (green) + DAPI (blue) for nuclei
Structure of a motor neuron, vector illustration
Astrocyte - a type of glial cell.
types of neuroglia. Structure of the peripheral nervous system and  central nervous system:  microglia, astrocyte, oligodendrocyte, ependymal, satellite glial and schwann cell.
Types of neurons. Structure sensory, motor neuron, astrocyte, pyromidal, Betz cell, microglia. Set. Infographics illustration on isolated background
Microglia in the molecular layer of the cerebellar cortex. The thick dark lines, often curved, visible in the image are blood capillaries. Silver carbonate from Rio-Hortega
High magnification micrograph showing microglia cells of the CA1 region of hippocampus (Ammon horn) demonstrated with the Rio-Hortega method (silver carbonate).
Astrocyte structure. Nerve cell. Infographics. illustration on isolated background
Alzheimer disease concept banner. Cartoon illustration of alzheimer disease vector concept banner for web design
harvested baby or young green plants in white bow on wood table. organic sprouts or microglia vegetables
Set of Structure of a motor neuron, vector illustration
Set of Structure of a motor neuron, vector illustration
Alzheimer's disease. Mechanism of disease. Diagram shows two neurons: healthy cell and neuron with Alzheimer's disease. Tau hypothesis. Neurofibrillary tangles
Neurons and neural connection
Neuron or human brain cell icon. Flat. Isolated. On white background.
Neuron or human brain cell icon. Flat. Isolated. On white background.
glial cells on the color background. Medical and science illustration
Astrocyte in association with a blood vessel and neurons on a white background.
macrophage cell
Astrocyte structure. Nerve cell. Infographics. Vector illustration on isolated background
Neurons and neural connection
Astroglia structure. Astrocyte. Nerve cell. Infographics. Vector illustration on isolated background
Set of Structure of a motor neuron, vector illustration
Neuronal cells digital illustration astrocytes
3D render of neutral coloured human brain and eyeballs on black background
Astroglia structure. Astrocyte. Nerve cell. Infographics. illustration on isolated background
Normal healthy white matter of brain (left) in contrast to white matter of brain from a case of gliomatosis cerebri (right)
Structure of a motor neuron, vector illustration
Structure of a motor neuron, vector illustration
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