Neuronal Computations Made Visible with Subcellular Resolution

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Abstract

Sensory information is gradually processed within dedicated neural circuits to generate specific behaviors. In this issue, Yang et al. push technology boundaries to measure both voltage and calcium signals from subcellular compartments of genetically defined interconnected neurons and shed light on local neural computations critical for motion detection.

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Kaschula, R., & Salecker, I. (2016). Neuronal Computations Made Visible with Subcellular Resolution. Cell. Cell Press. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cell.2016.06.022

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