Florida Tech Team Helping Lighting Up Brains

Florida Tech Team Helping Lighting Up Brains

Glutamate, or Glu, for short, is the most common neurotransmitter. To aid neuroscientists in mapping the enormously complex brain circuitry, researchers have used light to activate inactive, or “caged,” neurotransmitters in live brain tissue, including glutamate.

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