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brain cells
Huang's team demonstrates that by combining a variety of genetic and viral approaches, it is possible to identify different cell types in the brain with unprecedented specificity. Here, red, blue and green fluorescent proteins, activated randomly in GABAergic cells in the mouse cortex, make it possible to distinguish among cell types much more readily than when only a single color is used. Read more
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