Glial cell regulation of rhythmic behavior.

  title={Glial cell regulation of rhythmic behavior.},
  author={F Rob Jackson and Fanny S. Ng and Sukanya Sengupta and Samantha You and Yanmei Huang},
  journal={Methods in enzymology},
Brain glial cells, in particular astrocytes and microglia, secrete signaling molecules that regulate glia-glia or glia-neuron communication and synaptic activity. While much is known about roles of glial cells in nervous system development, we are only beginning to understand the physiological functions of such cells in the adult brain. Studies in vertebrate and invertebrate models, in particular mice and Drosophila, have revealed roles of glia-neuron communication in the modulation of complex… CONTINUE READING
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