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Imaging Serotonergic Fibers in the Mouse Spinal Cord Using the CLARITY/CUBIC Technique

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10.3791/53673-v

February 26th, 2016

February 26th, 2016

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1Brain Structure and Function Group, Neuroscience Research Australia, 2School of Medical Sciences, The University of New South Wales

Supraspinal projections are important for pain perception and other behaviors, and serotonergic fibers are one of these fiber systems. The present study focused on the application of the combined CLARITY/CUBIC protocol to the mouse spinal cord in order to investigate the termination of these serotonergic fibers.

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