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Commands from the matrix: Cellular environment controls formation and activity of neuronal connections

Environment moulds behavior -- and not just that of people in society, but also at the microscopic level. This is because, for their function, neurons are dependent on the cell environment, the so-termed extracellular matrix. Researchers have found evidence that this complex network of molecules controls the formation and activity of the neuronal connections.
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