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A Cell Atlas Reveals the Biodiversity inside Our Head

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The NIH’s Cell Census delivers on its promise by mapping the cells within the motor cortex

Drawing of a pyramidal cell within the cerebral motor cortex by Santiago Ramón y Cajal (1852–1934). Credit: Alamy

Opinion

The NIH’s Cell Census delivers on its promise by mapping the cells within the motor cortex

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Christof Koch is chief scientist of the MindScope on the Allen Institute and of the Tiny Blue Dot Foundation. He serves on Scientific American’s board of advisers.
Credit: Nick Higgins

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Ed S. Lein is senior investigator on the Allen Institute for Brain Science and an affiliate professor in division of neurological surgical procedure on the University of Washington.

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Hongkui Zeng is government vice chairman and director of the Allen Institute for Brain Science and an affiliate professor in division of biochemistry on the University of Washington.

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