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April 15, 2018 (Vol. 38, No. 8)

Playing Catch-Up with Optogenetic Effects

Optogenetically Triggered Processes Needn’t Become Visualization and Mapping Blurs

  • An optogenetic effect, like domino-toppling extravaganza, requires careful preparation. It also presents a chain-reaction sequence of events that may end all too soon. At least with dominoes, the individual tiles are easily seen, as are the patterns that are traced when the dominoes fall. Optogenetic patterns, however, are more ...

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