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Vitamin A Metabolite Important for Neuroplasticity?

News   Apr 01, 2021 | Original story from University of Freiburg

 
Vitamin A Metabolite Important for Neuroplasticity?

Using electron microscopy images, the researchers visualize the dendritic spines (yellow) with their spine apparatus (red) and the synapse terminal buttons (blue). Credit: Andreas Vlachos

 
 
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