The many ways to map many brains

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Whether the animal has a few hundred neurons or a few billion, mapping the ‘brain’ is a complex endeavor for which there are several different tacks one might take. Data collection continues on.

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Neff, E.P. The many ways to map many brains. Lab Anim 48, 321–325 (2019) doi:10.1038/s41684-019-0423-6

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