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Blocking the Mouse Brain for 100 Milliseconds Means Visual Events Go Unnoticed

News   Apr 08, 2020 | Original story from the National Eye Institute

 
Blocking the Mouse Brain for 100 Milliseconds Means Visual Events Go Unnoticed

Slice of mouse brain showing neurons of the superior colliculus highlighted on one side. Credit: Lupeng Wang, Ph.D. and Charles Gerfen, Ph.D/National Eye Institute

 
 
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