The Neuron Doctrine, Redux

@article{Bullock2005TheND,
  title={The Neuron Doctrine, Redux},
  author={T. Bullock and M. Bennett and D. Johnston and R. Josephson and E. Marder and R. Fields},
  journal={Science},
  year={2005},
  volume={310},
  pages={791 - 793}
}
In their Perspective, [ Bullock et al. ][1] discuss recent evidence suggesting that the Neuron Doctrine, conceived nearly a century ago, cannot encompass important aspects of information processing in the brain. Intercellular communication by gap junctions, slow electrical potentials, action potentials initiated in dendrites, neuromodulatory effects, extrasynaptic release of neurotransmitters, and information flow between neurons and glia all contribute to information processing. Revisiting the… Expand
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