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Abstract:The structure and organization of cells within organs is essential to their function, but nowhere in the body is this more spectacular than the brain. There, sprawling, snowflake-like neurons have grown into a precise arrangement, reaching out to neighboring cells to form neural circuits. Communication within neural circuits, made possible by spatial positioning, forms the basis of our physiology. Recently, a high-resolution cell atlas generated by MERFISH (multiplex error-robustdoi:10.1017/s1551929521001346 fatcat:edodmp24rzfdrp5rwxejainsni