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Scientists from the lab of Pavan Ramdya at EPFL’s Brain Mind Institute and Interfaculty Institute of Bioengineering have developed a new method for recording the activity of limb control neural circuits in the popular model organism, the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster. The method uses an advanced imaging technique called “two-photon microscopy” to observe the firing of fluorescently labeled neurons that become brighter when they are active | © EPFL - Alain Herzog

Scientists from the lab of Pavan Ramdya at EPFL’s Brain Mind Institute and Interfaculty Institute of Bioengineering have developed a new method for recording the activity of limb control neural circuits in the popular model organism, the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster. The method uses an advanced imaging technique called “two-photon microscopy” to observe the firing of fluorescently labeled neurons that become brighter when they are active | © EPFL - Alain Herzog

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L'initiative d'innovation de la Faculté des Sciences de la Vie vise à faciliter l'avancement du savoir-faire scientifique vers des applications dans le but de créer de la valeur pour le bien de la société.