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What Wakes Us Up?!

News   Jun 26, 2017 | Original Story by Lori Dajose for Caltech

 
Neurocircuitry Underlying Arousal Uncovered

Dopaminergic neurons genetically engineered to express fluorescing genes. The fluorescence is used to measure activity of the neurons, which have been implicated in the sleep/wake cycle. Credit: Gradinaru Lab

 
 
 

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