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Tiny Sensors Track Dopamine Levels in the Brain for More than a Year

News   Sep 13, 2018 | Original Story by Anne Trafton for MIT

 
Tiny Sensors Track Dopamine Levels in the Brain for More than a Year

MIT neuroscientists have devised a way to measure dopamine in the brain for more than a year, using microfabricated sensors that are so tiny they don’t lead to the formation of scar tissue. Credit: Felice Frankel/MIT

 
 
 

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