Yale researchers used light to probe the actions of the neurotransmitter GABA on single synapses along the branches of a neuron.
This photo shows a mouse cortical neuron in red, with dendritic branches that are studded with synaptic spines. Surrounding the neuron are inhibitory axons or fibers (in blue) that are genetically engineered to release GABA when activated by light, a technique known as optogenetics. Learn more →
dis aint real
“Do you know how many calories are in that?”
“…Do you know how many fucks I give?”
I DIDN’T FINDTHE TUMBLR BUT I FOUND “PRETTY GIRLS MAKING UGLY FACES” AND I WAS CRYING ON THE BUS I WAS LAUGHING SO AHRD
THE SECOND ONE OMG I M CRRIYIGN
THE THIRD ONE OMG NO SLEEP FOR ME EVER AGAIN.
THIRD ONE LOOKS LIKE SQUIDWARD LOOOL
SORRY TO INTERRUPT YOUR FEELS, BUT HERE IS MISHA’S TONGUE
How do you politely tell someone that you want them naked on top of you
I’m pretty much positive that’s why poetry was even invented in the first place.
for the constellations of your skin to brush against
the earth of mine
i would swim the seas a thousand times
(please let’s fuck now)
That was beautiful