Thursday, October 8, 2009

More support for glia, less for the neuron doctrine...

This story is a little bit old, but just another interesting example showing how important glia are, not only for neuronal function at the cellular level, but, they are directly involved in important behaviors, like avoiding smells that could mean danger, or seeking out those that mean food.  Anyway, here's the story: I would write more, and I have lots of other topics/posts to get up, but I am really busy with a couple manuscripts and research (and the SFN conference is coming up) so this will have to suffice for now.

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