Transmitting the Message, Neuron Scarf

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Transmitting the Message, Neuron Scarf

60.00

Beautiful flowing polyshiffon long-scarf (54x12”) designed from the original painting “Transmitting the Message” by Kathleen Sluka. This light, airy scarf is semitransparent black and white scarf shows neurons with their axons and dendrites. This scarf is the perfect gift for your favorite neurologist, neuroscientist, pain scientist, or science lover. 

All items are custom made and usually mail within 1-2 weeks. If you need it faster, please contact me for quotes on express processing, shipping, and costs.

Description: Neurons form complex networks for communication. Each neuron may have as many as 15,000 connections with other neurons. Electrical signals, an action potential, are transmitted along the axon to a synapse. When the electrical signal reaches a synapse it releases chemical signals called neurotransmitters. The neurotransmitter diffuses across the synapse and bind to receptors on another neuron.

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