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Serotonergic Axons as Fractional Brownian Motion Paths: Insights into the Self-organization of Regional Densities

By Skirmantas Janusonis and others at
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All vertebrate brains contain a dense matrix of thin fibers that release serotonin (5-hydroxytryptamine), a neurotransmitter that modulates a wide range of neural, glial, and vascular processes. Perturbations in the density of this matrix have been associated with a number of mental disorders, including autism and depression, but its self-organization... Show more
June 24, 2020
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Serotonergic Axons as Fractional Brownian Motion Paths: Insights into the Self-organization of Regional Densities
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