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Industrializing neuroscience

The project for producing a genome-wide atlas of gene expression in the mouse brain shows how, with advancing technology, huge volumes of data can be collected and made accessible through the Internet.

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Figure 1: Three-dimensional gene expression in the mouse brain.

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Markram, H. Industrializing neuroscience. Nature 445, 160–161 (2007). https://doi.org/10.1038/445160a

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