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When neurons have less to say, they speak up

The brain is an extremely adaptable organ ? but it is also quite conservative. That?s in short, what scientists are now able to show. Researchers have found that neurons in the brain regulate their own activity in such a way that the overall activity level in the network remains as constant as possible. This remains true even in the event of major changes.
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