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Brain nerve cells, historical illustration. These nerve cells are unipolar cells with a trapezoidal core. They are from a part of the brain known as the isthmus of the encephalon. Artwork from 'Traite d'Anatomie Humaine' (1905) by French anatomist Leo Testut (1849-1925).
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