Microglia: A new frontier for synaptic plasticity, learning and memory, and neurodegenerative disease research
We focus on emerging roles for microglia in synaptic plasticity, cognition and disease. We outline evidence that ramified microglia, traditionally thought to be functionally "resting" (i.e. quiescent) in the normal brain, in fact are highly dynamic and pl
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