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