Nissl Bodies in Neuron Cell Bodies, Spinal Cord
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Nissl Bodies In Neuron Cell Bodies Spinal Cord Stock PhotoAbstract,Biology,Blue,Cell,Color Image,Full Frame,Healthcare And Medicine,Horizontal,Natural Pattern,Nerve Cell,Nissl Bodies,No People,Nucleolus,Nucleus,Photography,Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum,Studio ShotPhotographer Ed ReschkeCollection: Oxford Scientific Ed ReschkeNissl Bodies (chromatophilic substance) in Neuron Cell Bodies, spinal cord, 250X. Nissl Bodies appear as large, dark-staining bodies in the cytoplasm of the neuron cell body. They consist of rough endoplasmic reticulum. The stain used was toluidine blue. These are motor neurons located in the anterior horns of the spinal cord gray matter. Also shown is the nucleus and nucleolus.