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Header image attribution


The fantastic image of a Purkinje cell prepared with a Golgi silver stain, which we use in our header, was published in an article called "The Problem of Age, Growth and Death" in The Popular Science Monthly in August 1907. As such it is no longer under copyright and free to use. The original article is fascinating from a historical perspective and well worth a read here.

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