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Deducing synaptic strength from electron micrographs?
There are several promising techniques for connectomics based on iterative sectioning and imaging of tissue with scanning electron microscopes (e.g. FIB-SEM and ATUM) By looking at such micrographs, ...
Sep 27 '13 at 15:03
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