|Courtesy of Gabrielle LeBlanc, NINDS|
Purkinje cells in the mouse cerebellum expressing the calbindin gene
The GenSAT project, named after NASA's LANDSAT, which shows population densities or other features as captured by satellites, will show regions of density of highly activated gene expression as seen through fluoroscopic microscopes. "We expect this to be a tremendous resource for...
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