Visual and Quantitative Analysis of Higher Order Arborization Overlaps for Neural Circuit Research

@inproceedings{Swoboda2014VisualAQ,
  title={Visual and Quantitative Analysis of Higher Order Arborization Overlaps for Neural Circuit Research},
  author={Nicolas Swoboda and Judith Moosburner and Stefan Bruckner and Jai Y. Yu and Barry J. Dickson and Katja B{\"u}hler},
  booktitle={VCBM},
  year={2014}
}
Neuroscientists investigate neural circuits in the brain of the common fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster to discover how complex behavior is generated. Hypothesis building on potential connections between individual neurons is an essential step in the discovery of circuits that govern a specific behavior. Overlaps of arborizations of two or more neurons indicate a potential anatomical connection, i.e. the presence of joint synapses responsible for signal transmission between neurons. Obviously… CONTINUE READING

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