Rotation of neuronal masses derived from hippocampi of four day-old mouse pups

2015-01-29T12:51:13Z (GMT) by Shiladitya Mitra
<p>Video 1: Rotation of neuronal masses in different magnifications (20X and 40X).<br>a) 0-0.22 min.: Shows one rotating neuronal mass at 20X. 0.24-0.46 focuses on the same mass at 40X.<br>b) 0.51-0.56 min: Moves magnification at 20X over the same mass before scanning the plate.<br>c) 1.16-1.19 min: Shows few neuronal masses that have attached to the plate.<br>d) 1.31-1.35 min: Focuses on a very small cluster of neuronal cells (four in a group) that are rotating (at 20X magnification).<br>e) 1.37 min-end: Focuses on the same cluster but at 40X magnification.</p> <p>Video 2: Multiple rotating neuron mass in the same culture.<br>a) 0-0.45 min: Shows a neuron mass rotating in-spite of resistance from surrounding debris.<br>b) 0.50-1.26 min: Shows two different sizes of neuronal cell clusters spinning and rotating.<br>c) 1.36 min-end: Shows one more rotating neuronal cluster.</p> <p>Video 3: One neuronal mass rotating and spinning.</p> <p> </p>