Newest Voltron sensor powers up its detection of smaller brain cell signals

The latest version of a tool named after a 1980s cartoon robot can now detect small fluctuations in signals passing through neurons, enabling greater insight into how brain cells communicate. The new Voltron2, developed by the Schreiter Lab and the GENIE Project Team of the Janelia Research Campus of Howard Hughes Medical Institute, is detailed in a new paper in the journal Neuron.

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