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Almost 40,000 Cells in Mouse Brain Visual System Surveyed

News   Jun 21, 2017 | Original Story from Allen Institute

 
New Data and Analysis Tools Released for Allen Brain Observatory

Optical physiology manager, Jerome Lecoq, Ph.D. and optical physiology research associate, Kate Roll, inspect one of the standardized microscope platforms from the Allen Brain Observatory used to record the real-time cellular activity in the visual cortex of mice as they were shown a variety of stimuli, pictures and movies. Credit: Allen Institute

 
 
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