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Microscope Can Image a Mouse Brain 1,000 Times a Second

News   Mar 20, 2020 | Original story from UC Berkeley

 
Microscope Can Image a Mouse Brain 1,000 Times a Second

When a neuron fires, calcium flows into the cell in a wave that sweeps along the cell body. Images of this infragranular neuron were obtained three times per second by two-dimensional scanning with a Bessel focus. Redder structures are deeper in the mouse cortex. Credit: Na Ji, UC Berkeley

 
 
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