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Excitatory vs. Inhibitory Neurons

Credit: Churchland lab/CSHL, 2019

Excitatory (green) and inhibitory (red) neurons, shown in this microscopic image of a mouse's brain, respond faster and more immediately as the animal becomes better at performing a task.


Excitatory vs. Inhibitory Neurons

Credit: Churchland lab/CSHL, 2019
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