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FRET-based Technique Probes Neuron-Astrocyte Proximity

News   Apr 05, 2018 | Original Story from UCLA

 
Optical Neuron-Astrocyte Proximity Assay at Synaptic Distance Scales

An astrocyte (green) interacts with a synapse (red), producing an optical signal (yellow). Credit: UCLA/Khakh lab

 
 
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