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Delilah Cohn

Dopamine Flow in the Brain & Neuron Synapse 

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medical illustration of Illustration of the brain to show the flow of dopamine from the midbrain through the corpus striatum to the frontal cortex. A sharp decrease in dopamine in the synapse between neurons causes movement disorders. Created for an article in the March 2014 issue of Discover Magazine titled,
Next medical illustration of Illustration of a late term fetus in the womb showing how some bacteria in the birth canal can pass through the amniotic membrane into the fluid where it is inhaled by the fetus. Other drawings in the series show bacteria traveling through the fetal circulatory system to the brain.

Pathway of Bacteria into Fetus

Illustration of the brain to show the flow of dopamine from the midbrain through the corpus striatum to the frontal cortex. A sharp decrease in dopamine in the synapse between neurons causes movement disorders. Created for an article in the March 2014 issue of Discover Magazine titled, "The Nicotine Fix".

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