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Learning how neurons talk to each other

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Anne Fischer, anne.fischer@photonics.com

In the past, scientists could study only one neuron at a time in the nematode Caenorhabditis elegans. Now they can look at how tens of neurons in the roundworm interact with one another in vivo. This nematode, with a total of just 302 neurons, is a good model for studying how activity in the...Read full article

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