After 100 Years, Understanding the Electrical Role of Dendritic Spines, Northwestern University Study

Published: Dec 06, 2012

It's the least understood organ in the human body: the brain, a massive network of electrically excitable neurons, all communicating with one another via receptors on their tree-like dendrites. Somehow these cells work together to enable great feats of human learning and memory. But how?

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