Targeted dendrotomy reveals active and passive contributions of the dendritic tree to synaptic integration and neuronal output
Neurons typically function as transduction devices, converting patterns of synaptic inputs, received on the dendrites, into trains of output action potentials in the axon. This transduction process is surprisingly complex and has been proposed to involve
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