Also known as the “elephant-nose fish”, Gnathonemus petersii is an African weakly electric fish in the family Mormyridae (photo courtesy of John P. Sullivan).
Purkinje Cells are known for their beautiful and highly recognizable architecture. Their large, flat dendritic arbors receive and integrate thousands of inputs.
see this New York Times article about our work: http://www.nytimes.com/2014/11/11/science/learning-how-little-we-know-about-the-brain.html?_r=0 (photo courtesy of Beatrice de Gea)
Cerebellar granule cells are the most numerous neuronal cell type in the brain, estimated to account for well over half of all neurons in the human brain.