Researchers from the newly-established Center for Neural Circuit Mapping at the University of California, Irvine School of Medicine evaluate the properties of anterograde and retrograde viral tracers, comparing their strengths and limitations for use in neural circuit mapping.

Dr. Xiangmin Xu, along with other UCI School of Medicine investigators involved in the primer, including CVR member, Rozanne Sandri-Goldin, PhD, chancellor’s professor and chair of microbiology and molecular genetics, Todd Holmes, PhD, professor and vice chair of physiology and biophysics, and Bert Semler, PhD, distinguished professor of microbiology and molecular genetics and director for the UCI Center for Virus Research, recently launched the Center for Neural Circuit Mapping (CNCM) at the UCI School of Medicine.

Read about the new center here!

UCI Researchers Publish New Guide For Viral Tracers In Neural Circuit Mapping