Brain cells communicate by sending chemical messengers, molecules called glutamate, across a synapse, the tiny gap between neurons.
Brain cells communicate by sending chemical messengers, molecules called glutamate, across a synapse, the tiny gap between neurons. Howard Hughes Medical Institue Bulletin/MCT
Brain cells communicate by sending chemical messengers, molecules called glutamate, across a synapse, the tiny gap between neurons. Howard Hughes Medical Institue Bulletin/MCT

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September 22, 2009 3:19 PM

Researchers unravel brain's wiring to understand memory

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