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Gamers Map Brain, Discover Six New Neuron Types

News   May 18, 2018 | Original Article by Liz Fuller-Wright, Office of Communications at Princeton University

 
Gamers Map Brain, Discover Six New Neuron Types

Eyewire gamers mapped this synapse between a ganglion neuron (blue) and a starburst amacrine cell (yellow). Image by Alex Norton, Eyewire, Princeton University

 
 
 

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