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Enabling 3D Multiplexing Spatial Omics Workflows in Neuroscience


Neuronal connectivity is the fundamental basis of brain function, allowing for the integration of information from multiple sources and the generation of complex behavior. The human brain contains an estimated 100 billion neurons, and each neuron can form synaptic connections with thousands of other neurons. Synapses are fundamental building blocks of neural circuits that underlie brain function and behavior. They form specialized junctions between neurons that allow for the transmission of information via electrochemical signals.

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