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October 31, 2014

Volume 289Issue 44p30190-30831
Open Access
On The Cover: Tight association of astrocytes with blood vessels in the cerebral cortex. The picture shows a confocal microscopy image of astrocytes (stained for GFAP (glial fibrillary acidic protein), colored in red) contacting basal lamina around blood vessels (stained for laminin, colored in cyan). This tight interaction between astrocytes and basal lamina is weakened upon epileptic neuronal activation in the cerebral cortex. For details, see the article by Gondo et al., pages 30279–30288....
On The Cover: Tight association of astrocytes with blood vessels in the cerebral cortex. The picture shows a confocal microscopy image of astrocytes (stained for GFAP (glial fibrillary acidic protein), colored in red) contacting basal lamina around blood vessels (stained for laminin, colored in cyan). This tight interaction between astrocytes and basal lamina is weakened upon epileptic neuronal activation in the cerebral cortex. For details, see the article by Gondo et al., pages 30279–30288.

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