Elsevier has released new features for its online research tool BrainNavigator. In this new version, BrainNavigator 3.2, Elsevier added new content and functionality to give researchers additional tools to accelerate their research.
PR Newswire brought this information to our attention in their article, “Elsevier’s BrainNavigator 3.2 Offers New Functionality to Speed Neurological Research.” A cell counter has been added to eliminate the manual counting of cells. BrainNavigator’s new counting tool allows researchers to mark cells systematically for easy analysis, minimizing the errors and miscalculations that often occur when using traditional manual methods. This increase in accuracy and efficiency makes the research more comprehensive.
Melody K. Smith
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