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The Art in Science

Product Image Peacock


Sun Jung Kim, Postdoctoral Fellow, Zhu lab, Department of Internal Medicine and Cell and Developmental Biology, University of Michigan Medical School

The cerebellum is a highly organized structure located at the lower back of the brain. It controls motor, sensory and cognitive functions, in one of the lobes the cerebellum, Bergmann glial cells (red and green) lay down scaffolding that supports numerous other cells in the cerebellum (blue). The beautiful structure of the cerebellum in the postnatal mouse brain, with its distinctive radial organization, resembles the tail of a peacock.