Recurrent neuronal circuits in the neocortex

@article{Douglas2007RecurrentNC,
  title={Recurrent neuronal circuits in the neocortex},
  author={Rodney J. Douglas and Kevan A. C. Martin},
  journal={Current Biology},
  year={2007},
  volume={17},
  pages={R496-R500}
}
We thank our colleagues John Anderson and Tom Binzegger for their collaboration; and EU grant DAISY (FP6-2005-015803) for financial support. 
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