Disentangling astroglial physiology with a realistic cell model in silico

Disentangling astroglial physiology with a realistic cell model in silico

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Electrically non-excitable astroglia take up neurotransmitters, buffer extracellular K+ and generate Ca2+ signals that release molecular regulators of neural circuitry. The underlying machinery remains enigmatic, mainly because the sponge-like astrocyte morphology has been difficult to access experimentally or explore theoretically.

Sep 03, 2018
UCL
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