Dendritic and Axonal Architecture of Individual Pyramidal Neurons across Layers of Adult Human Neocortex

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The size and shape of dendrites and axons are strong determinants of neuronal information processing. Our knowledge on neuronal structure and function is primarily based on brains of laboratory animals. Whether it translates to human is not known since quantitative data on "full" human neuronal morphologies are lacking. Here, we obtained human brain tissue… (More)
DOI: 10.1093/cercor/bhv188

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