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In Brain Plasticity, Size Doesn't Always Equal Strength, Suggests New Findings

News   Jul 01, 2020 | Original story from the Picower Institute

 
In Brain Plasticity, Size Doesn't Always Equal Strength, Suggests New Findings

Neurons from the hippocampus region of a rodent brain (left); A zoomed in section of the neural dendrites show spines where many synaptic connections with other neurons are formed. Credit: Stephanie Barnes/MIT Picower Institute

 
 
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