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Researchers Paint the Mind of a Worm Using Fluorescent Technique

News   Jan 11, 2021 | Original story from Columbia University

 
Researchers Paint the Mind of a Worm Using Fluorescent Technique

A NeuroPAL worm coiled into an O-shape with the head and tail touching each other at the top of the ring. Every neuron (the colored dots) can be identified by its color. The colors are added with fluorescent proteins using a newly developed genetic engineering technique. Credit: Eviatar Yemini

 
 
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