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Sparse Dopamine Release Sites Discovered

News   Feb 01, 2018 | By Kevin Jiang for Harvard Medical School

 
Sparse 'Active-Zone-Like' Release Sites for Dopamine Discovered

Super-resolution microscopy reveals the presence of active release sites (green) on dopamine neurons (purple). Credit: Kaeser lab

 
 
 

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