Muscle Controlling Neurons Know When They Mess Up - NeuroscienceNews.com Using a microscopy technique that allowed the researchers to directly visualize the chemical signaling occurring between the climbing fibers and Purkinje cells of live, active mice, the Penn team has for the first time shown that there is a measurable difference between “true” and “false” signals. A two-photon microscopy image of a mouse’s Purkinje cells. Credit Andrea Giovannucci.
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