Erasmus Mundus NeuroTime Program official website
Director of Publication: Paul Pévet, Coordinator of the NeuroTime Program
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The University which coordinates this NeuroTime program is the University of Strasbourg : national public establishment of scientific, cultural and professional designation.
Université de Strasbourg
4 rue Blaise Pascal
F-67081 Strasbourg cedex
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Wix, Laura Harsan, Sreedeep Mukherjee, Domitille Boudard
- Sreedeep Mukherjee
Cholinergic cells in the basal forebrain nucleus labelled with EGFP under 10x magnification.
Cholinergic cells in the basal forebrain nucleus under 10x magnification (Chat staining).
Colabelling of the cells in basal forebrain with anti Chat antibody. Red channel shows Chat staining and green channel shows EGFP labelling.
Cholinergic cells labelled with EGFP in the visual cortex mostly in layer 2/3.
- Laura Harsan
DTI vs rsfMRI of the Mouse Brain