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Summary Information
Microscopy product ID: 8448
Image basename: PSC_final
Summary
Project ID
P2097
Leader
R. Clay Reid  (Other projects)
Collaborators
Davi Bock, Wei-Chung Allen Lee, Aaron M. Kerlin, Mark L. Andermann, Greg Hood, Arthur W. Wetzel, Sergey Yurgenson, Edward R. Soucy, Hyon Suk Kim
Project Description
Large scale serial section electron microscopic reconstruction was used to reconstruct a portion of visual cortex in mouse that had been functionally characterized for preferred stimulus orientation using two photon calcium imaging. Reconstructions showed that that inhibitory interneurons receive convergent anatomical input from nearby excitatory neurons with a broad range of preferred orientations
Experiment Purpose
To obtain structural characterization of neurons characterized by in vivo two photon calcium imaging.
Species
mouse
System
central nervous system
Organ
brain
Region
cerebral cortex
Cell type
Structure
neuropil
Product Type
SERIAL SECTION
Instrument
JEOL 1200EX
Publications
Bock DD, Lee WC, Kerlin AM, Andermann ML, Hood G, Wetzel AW, Yurgenson S, Soucy ER, Kim HS, Reid RC. Network anatomy and in vivo physiology of visual cortical neurons. Nature. 2011 Mar 10;471(7337):177-82. PMID: 21390124
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