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Because of their ease of use and low risk containment, Adeno-Associated Virus vectors are indispensable tools for much of neuroscience. Yet AAVs have been used relatively little to study the identities and connectivity of peripheral sensory neurons because methods to selectively target particular receptive fields or neuron types have been limited. The introduction of the AAVPHP.S capsid with selective tropism for peripheral neurons (Chan et al., 2017) offered a solution, which we furtherdoi:10.1101/2021.09.14.460327 fatcat:us73czl3r5hrlc7tfjaoyk3lci