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Nicolle Rager Fuller

Neurons and Memory 

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medical illustration of Inside neurons tangles of proteins have been implicated in many different neurological diseases like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. A team led by Dr. Kausi Si at Stower’s Institute for Medical Research published an article in the journal Cell, with evidence for a prion-like-protein’s normal, healthy role in our brain. Si’s biochemistry research points to a protein, Orb2, changing shape to lock in long-term memories.
Next medical illustration of Many of nature's symbiotic relationships have cheaters who try to gain the benefits of the system without reciprocating. In the case of the fig wasp, some try to lay their eggs without pollinating the fig seeds. In this case, the fig tree will often prematurely drop the fig to 'punish' the cheater wasp. This artwork was created as an editorial, feature image for a Science News magazine article. (ecology, biology, entomology, life cycle)

Fig Wasp Symbiotic Relationship

Inside neurons tangles of proteins have been implicated in many different neurological diseases like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. A team led by Dr. Kausi Si at Stower’s Institute for Medical Research published an article in the journal Cell, with evidence for a prion-like-protein’s normal, healthy role in our brain. Si’s biochemistry research points to a protein, Orb2, changing shape to lock in long-term memories.

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