Let There Be Light! Bioluminescence Breakthrough in Shrimp Can Track Brain Activity

»»Let There Be Light! Bioluminescence Breakthrough in Shrimp Can Track Brain Activity

Vanderbilt scientists have developed a probe that causes brain cells to glow in the dark. The key ingredient in this research? A bioluminescent species of shrimp. Carl Johnson, Stevenson Professor of Biological Sciences, spearheaded the research that was published in the journal Nature Communications on October 27, 2016

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