Transparent Danionella translucida as a genetically tractable vertebrate brain model

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Transparent Danionella translucida as a genetically tractable vertebrate brain model

Transparent <i>Danionella translucida</i> as a genetically tractable vertebrate brain model, Published online: 15 October 2018; doi:10.1038/s41592-018-0144-6

The combination of transparency, small brain size and genetic access positions Danionella translucida as a promising model organism for functional imaging of neuronal circuits, especially during complex behaviors in adults.

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