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UNEXPECTED DISCOVERY GIVES RISE TO NEW MODEL FOR BRAIN NETWORK STUDIES

Researchers from Karolinska Institute have made an important discovery that could impact neuroscience research. Researchers found TIDA neurons have different wiring in rats and mice. This is due to mice lacking gap junctions. Findings have inspired scientists to create a new model for studying the role of gap junctions in the brain. READ MORE…

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