Researchers identified hundreds of new genomic loci that help explain how the brain is shaped.
Collaborative work on the brain atlas describes how different cells are organized and connected throughout the mouse brain. Understanding what differentiates brain cells can lead to new research and potential therapies for brain disorders.
New collaborative studies shed light on the organization of cells in key areas of the mouse brain and the organization of transcriptome, epigenomic, and regulatory factors that provide the brain cells with purpose and function.
A new process for classifying neurons in the brains of mice has been outlined by researchers from Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. The platform pairs microscopy with genetic labeling at single neuron resolution, allowing researchers to reconstruct the brain, by providing information on every neuronal type's location.
Researchers have created a 3D reconstruction of a marmoset brain that could help offer insights into human neural connectivity.
Researchers from Allen Institute have released a publicly available database of live human brain cells. The data is comprised of samples taken from neurosurgery patients and includes over 300 living cortical neurons of different types.
Researchers have completed the 3D mapping of the mouse cortex.