CRC 870 - Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
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Collaborative Research Center 870
How are molecular and cellular mechanisms in nerve cells translated, via neuronal circuits, into higher-level brain functions? The Collaborative Research Center (CRC) 870, "Assembly and Function of Neuronal Circuits in Sensory Processing", addresses this question. The scientists of the CRC 870 plan to study neuronal circuits of various model organisms and thereby enhance the understanding of information processing in sensory systems with respect to development and plasticity. Their long-term goal is to better understand complex sensory-processing mechanisms at a neuronal-circuit level. [more]

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