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February 20, 2006
Volume 84, Number 8

Following a cocaine injection, certain cells in the rat brain emit transient puffs of dopamine. By stitching together hundreds of fast-scan cyclic voltammograms of an electrode placed next to a single cell, scientists can visualize this brain chemistry in real time.

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