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A Holistic Way of Looking at the Brain's Cellular "Family Tree"

News   Nov 13, 2020 | Original story from the Allen Institute

 
A Holistic Way of Looking at the Brain's Cellular "Family Tree"

This dendrogram shows 25 congruent cell types from a part of the mouse brain that processes visual information. Scientists measured the electrical, morphological and transcriptomic properties of more than 500 cells in their quest to build a "periodic table" of brain cell types. Credit: Allen Institute

 
 
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