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SCAPE Microscopy for High Speed, 3D Whole-Brain Imaging in Drosophila Melanogaster

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SCAPE microscopy permits high-speed 3D imaging of neuronal activity throughout the brain of behaving, adult Drosophila, as well as activity in the entire nervous system of freely crawling Drosophila larvae. Latest results will be presented.

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