The Role of Second-Order Interneurons in the Maintenance and Organization of Olfactory Bulb Circuitry
The olfactory bulb serves as an excellent template for evaluating the role of activity in the organization and maintenance of neural networks. Being one of two known sites of neurogenesis in the brain makes it an ideal model for examining the integration of adult born neurons into preexisting circui...
|Main Author:||Davini, Weston Burnett|
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eScholarship, University of California
|Online Access:||available in Bonn?|
|Database:||OpenAIRE (Open Access)
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