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Structural neural connectivity analysis in zebrafish with restricted anterograde transneuronal viral labeling and quantitative brain mapping

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Sep 10, 2019

Manxiu MaYuchin Albert Pan

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The unique combination of small size, translucency, and powerful genetic tools makes larval zebrafish a uniquely useful vertebrate system to investigate normal and pathological brain structure and function. While functional connectivity can now be assessed (via fluorescent calcium or vo...read more

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Structural neural connectivity analysis in zebrafish with restricted anterograde transneuronal viral labeling and quantitative brain mapping

bioRxiv

Sep 10, 2019

Manxiu MaYuchin Albert Pan

DOI: 10.1101/764035

Abstract

The unique combination of small size, translucency, and powerful genetic tools makes larval zebrafish a uniquely useful vertebrate system to investigate normal and pathological brain structure and function. While functional connectivity can now be assessed (via fluorescent calcium or vo...read more

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Axon
Brain
Fluorescent Dyes
Helper Viruses
Physiological Aspects
4
5

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