“Eublepharis” By Rebecca McDonald, Vickaryous Lab, University of Guelph. Interstellate Volume 2 (in press).
This is an image of radial glia in the leopard gecko forebrain (GFAP, cyan). Radial glia are a type of neural stem cell that produce neurons, which then migrate down their lengthy processes. In mammals radial glia are present during development but not adulthood. In many non-mammalian species capable of brain regeneration, including lizards, radial glia are retained throughout life.