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Neural circuits in the brain determine how we think and who we are—but they are hard to see in fine detail. The retina has its own circuits, with a smaller number of nerve cells that are easier to access and study. It’s even possible to see the button-like endings of nerve cells and where they connect. Courtesy of Wei Li, NEI. 

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