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A First Look Through the Cortical Layers of the Awake Brain

News   Jan 14, 2019 | Original Press Release from the Picower Institute for Learning and Memory

 
A Pioneering Peek into the Awake Brain

Three-dimensional rendering of a sequence of 450 lateral three-photon images acquired with 2-μm increment from the visual cortex (layer 1 on the left to the subplate on the right). Green color represents GCaMP6s signal, and magenta color represents label free THG signal generated in the blood vessels and myelin fibers in the white matter. Scale bar, 100 μm. Credit: Murat Yildirim et. al.

 
 
 

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