Infographic: Reverse Signaling Between Neurons
Infographic: Reverse Signaling Between Neurons
So-called mossy fiber synapses in the hippocampus can meter the amount of neurotransmitter they receive by sending glutamate against the usual direction of synaptic flow.
Infographic: Reverse Signaling Between Neurons
Infographic: Reverse Signaling Between Neurons

So-called mossy fiber synapses in the hippocampus can meter the amount of neurotransmitter they receive by sending glutamate against the usual direction of synaptic flow.

So-called mossy fiber synapses in the hippocampus can meter the amount of neurotransmitter they receive by sending glutamate against the usual direction of synaptic flow.

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