Brain function stems from emergent properties of interconnected neuron networks, which requires in vivo volumetric imaging with high spatial/temporal resolution. Here, we introduce our recent technical developments for Drosophila brain imaging.
FlyCircuit is the world's first 3D single neuron image database. It is a public database for online archiving, cell type inventory, browsing, searching and 3D visualization of individual neurons in the Drosophila brain.
Memory is one of the core functions of the brain. The memory group of Brain Research Center at NTHU is utilizing Drosophila as the animal model to investigate the mechanism of memory formation.
The members of the Gene and Disease group aim to utilize comprehensive connectome data obtained in the BRC to delineate the functional map of the brain that involves memory and brain disorder.
We have developed an powerful approach using integrated synchrotron X-ray tomography techniques for fast three dimensional (3D) imaging of a large population of individual neurons in animal brains without tissue clearing or physical sectioning.
As the number of neuronal images in the Brain Research Center’s database increases dramatically, two fundamental questions need to be answered.
The construction of three-dimensional brain neural network structure and functional maps requires a variety of core technologies.
The human brain is the most complex tissue in our body, using 80% of the body's energy to process our daily work. MRI, FMRI and EEG give us the opportunity to glimpse the mystery of the structure and activity in the brain.
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