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What are neuroinformatics?

Neuroinformatics collects information available on the brain and places it on the Internet in a form that is usable. The data include models of neuron behavior, images and maps of the genes that are "turned on" in different brain regions. By making the data searchable and sharable, brain researchers can benefit from each other's work, which can lead to more discoveries.

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