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Hippocampal "Mossy Cells" Regulate How the Brain Remembers New Environments

News   Oct 19, 2020 | Original story from IST Austria

 
Hippocampal "Mossy Cells" Regulate How the Brain Remembers New Environments

Layers of the hippocampus. The mossy cell bodies are red, interneuron cells connecting neurons are green, and other neurons are blue. Credit: © Ryuichi Shigemoto

 
 
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