Sensory coding mechanisms revealed by optical tagging of physiologically defined neuronal types

@article{Lee2019SensoryCM,
  title={Sensory coding mechanisms revealed by optical tagging of physiologically defined neuronal types},
  author={D. Lee and Maiko Kume and T. Holy},
  journal={Science},
  year={2019},
  volume={366},
  pages={1384 - 1389}
}
Cell-type identification in neural circuits In many cases, a single molecular marker is insufficient to define a specific cell type and may label a few, or a few hundred, physiologically distinguishable cell types. Lee et al. developed a high-throughput technique, called physiological optical tagging sequencing (PhOTseq), for identifying the expression profile of cells that exhibit a particular physiological profile (see the Perspective by Renninger). They used PhOTseq to identify genes… Expand
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