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Calcium Channel Subunits May Play a Crucial Role in Autism

News   Jul 23, 2020 | Original story from Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz

 
Calcium Channel Subunits May Play a Crucial Role in Autism

After 21 days in vitro, hippocampal neurons of the rat form many synaptic contacts and communicate with each other. Within the study such neuronal networks cultivated on multi-electrode arrays were used to invest the synaptogenic function of α2δ-subunits. Credit: Artur Bikbaev

 
 
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