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Live Imaging Method Links Functional Brain Maps to Structure

News   Sep 18, 2020 | Original story from the Picower Institute for Learning and Memory

 
Live Imaging Method Links Functional Brain Maps to Structure

A fly-through of six functionally defined regions of the mouse cortex shows different structures of blood vessels and myelin fibers. These help to produce a distinct optical value for each region called effective attenuation length. Credit: Sur Lab/MIT Picower Institute

 
 
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