Affinity of neurones in regeneration
CLASSES of neurones which are capable of forming synapses with other classes (as distinct from those which actually do so in normal growth) can be defined only by allowing the neurones to show—by their growth in abnormal conditions—what anatomical patterns of connexions they will form and what they will not. It remains to be shown that the orderly connexions that are formed in the normal process of development are but a fraction of the possible connexions that can be revealed by...[Show more]
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