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Astrocyte visual responses are delayed relative to neurons

Movie showing the visual responses of the two cells plotted in text Fig. 1A-B. The movie shows the response to three repetitions of grating presentation, indicated in the bottom left corner. The two cells analyzed in text Fig 1B are circled for reference. Note the delayed response of the astrocyte. The movie plays at 10X real time. CREDIT: James Schummers, MIT Full story

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