A novel method to find out sensory neuron tracts in the Drosophila brain
© Chuang 2015
Published: 18 December 2015
The network diagram shows hierarchical structure, small-world characteristics, and is composed of functional modules corresponding to the sensory modalities. This ultimate goal of such an atlas is to identify connectivity between neurons for understanding the function/circuit relationships.
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