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A 'light switch' in brain illuminates neural networks: Scientists can see cells communicate by flipping a neural light switch

Researchers have combined a range of advanced techniques that enable them to identify which neurons communicate with each other at different times in the rat brain, and in doing so, create the animal's sense of location.
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