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Scientists build subcellular map of entire brain networks

Crick researchers have developed an imaging technique to capture information about the structure and function of brain tissue at subcellular level – a few billionths of a metre.
30 May 2022
Written by Katherine Denyer
Research buzz
Images of the mouse olfactory bulb glomerular layer, taken using four different imaging methods.
Images of the mouse olfactory bulb glomerular layer, taken using four different imaging methods.

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