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Des graphiques statiques pour les chiffres de publication ou des animations pour aider votre recherche à atteindre un public plus large.

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Astrocytes animés

Principes d'organisation de la nanoarchitecture astrocytaire dans le cortex cérébral de la souris.

Christopher K. Salmon, Tabish A. Syed, J. Benjamin Kacerovsky, Nensi Alivodej, Alexandra L. Schober, Michael T. Pratte, Michael P. Rosen, Miranda Green, Adario DasGupta, Hojatollah Vali, Craig A. Mandato, Kaleem Siddiqi, Keith K. Murai 


Soumis 2022 bioRxiv DOI : 10.1101/2021.11.05.467391

Fibers of the heart

Discovery of a new fiber system in the heart of mammals

Cardiomyocyte orientation recovery at micrometer scale reveals long-axis fiber continuum in heart walls
Drisya Dileep, Tabish A Syed, Tyler FW Sloan,
Perundurai S Dhandapany, Kaleem Siddiqi
Minhajuddin Sirajuddin

The EMBO Journal (2023)
DOI: /10.15252/embj.2022113288

Astrocytes animés

Principes d'organisation de la nanoarchitecture astrocytaire dans le cortex cérébral de la souris.

Christopher K. Salmon, Tabish A. Syed, J. Benjamin Kacerovsky, Nensi Alivodej, Alexandra L. Schober, Michael T. Pratte, Michael P. Rosen, Miranda Green, Adario DasGupta, Hojatollah Vali, Craig A. Mandato, Kaleem Siddiqi, Keith K. Murai 


Soumis 2022 bioRxiv DOI : 10.1101/2021.11.05.467391

What is it like to be a dendrite?

My last visualization of #MICrONS layer2/3, to show the density of synapses and neuronal processes from a dendrites point of view. 
 

Details:

Each orange cube represents one of 3.2 m synapses. Purple cubes = post-synapses of the neuron we enter. Neuronal activity from calcium imaging: Initial zoom firing rate ~32x. Remaining activity shown ~1.6x real-time. The animation is a drop in the ocean next to the epic concerted effort by the teams who did the hard science and made it open.
Thanks to the #MICrONS team for making brains accessible: microns-explorer.org

Connections in the Brain

A compilation of videos made using the MICrONS dataset: a collection of electrophysiological recordings, optogenetic experiments, and anatomical data from mouse neocortical circuits produced by the Allen Institute for Brain Science.

 

It was collected to provide a comprehensive and integrated understanding of the structure and function of cortical circuits, with the ultimate goal of developing better treatments for neurological and psychiatric disorders.

Cerebellar Circuitry

Explore the mysteries of the cerebellum, the brain's 'little brain', and its beautiful Purkinje cells in this captivating video featured in a recent Harvard Medical School news article


Primary research article:
Structured cerebellar connectivity supports resilient pattern separation:
guyen, T.M., Thomas, L.A., et al. Nature (2022).

doi: 10.1038/s41586-022-05471-w

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