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The cerebral vasculature is a complex network that allows only 18% of the total blood volume of the body through the delicate tissues of the brain. This allows the transport of oxygen and nutrients that are essential to brain function. In the wide field, plane-projection confocal image above, the superficial cerebral vasculature of a mouse - specifically the actinα-N-acetylgalactosamine residues, and DNA in cell nuclei - are labeled in situ.

Image Source: The Cell Picture Show.


From ELLE’s 2012 Women in Hollywood issue:

Elle Fanning on having a normal childhood in Hollywood…
“I can’t really remember my life without movies… [Growing up in Hollywood] is no different really.  I make movies the same way other kids play tennis or go to piano lessons.  I’m trying to get better at what I want to do, just like other kids are trying to get better at what they want to do.”

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