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Neuronal firing patterns

December 11, 2020

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Neuronal firing patterns

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Neuronal firing patterns. NIH researchers found that our brains may store memories in neuronal firing patterns that are replayed fractions of a second before remembering.

Photo: Zaghloul Lab, NINDS

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