Anterograde neuronal circuit tracing using a genetically modified herpes simplex virus expressing EGFP

  title={Anterograde neuronal circuit tracing using a genetically modified herpes simplex virus expressing EGFP},
  author={A. McGovern and N. Davis-Poynter and Joanna Rakoczy and S. Phipps and S. Mazzone},
  journal={Journal of Neuroscience Methods},
  • A. McGovern, N. Davis-Poynter, +2 authors S. Mazzone
  • Published 2012
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of Neuroscience Methods
  • Insights into the anatomical organization of complex neural circuits provide important information about function, and thus tools that facilitate neuroanatomical studies have proved invaluable in neuroscience. Advances in molecular cloning have allowed the production of novel recombinant neuroinvasive viruses for use in transynaptic neural tracing studies. However, the vast majority of these viruses have motility in the retrograde direction only, therefore limiting their use to studies of… CONTINUE READING
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