Deciphering neuronal circuits of non-image forming vision


Abstract

Summary:

This paper discusses the development of retrograde, transsynaptic pseudorabies viruses (PRVs) with genetically encoded activity sensors that optically report the activity of connected neurons among spatially intermingled neurons in the brain.
Categories

Categories

  • Cognitive function and memory: The paper discusses the development of tools to study neuronal circuits, which are fundamental to understanding cognitive function and memory.
  • Education and learning: The research contributes to the scientific understanding of how neurons function, which is relevant to education and learning about the brain.
  • Lighting Design Considerations: The paper discusses the use of optically reporting activity sensors, which is relevant to lighting design considerations in the context of neuroscience research.
  • Well-being: Understanding neuronal circuits can contribute to overall well-being by informing treatments for various neurological and mental health conditions.
Authors

Author(s)

K Balint
Publication Date

Publication Year:

2015
Citations

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