|ZFIN ID: ZDB-PUB-190911-13|
Glia: A Gate Controlling Animal Behavior?
Wyart, C., Prendergast, A.
|Source:||Current biology : CB 29: R847-R850 (Other)|
|Registered Authors:||Prendergast, Andrew, Wyart, Claire|
|PubMed:||31505186 Full text @ Curr. Biol.|
Wyart, C., Prendergast, A. (2019) Glia: A Gate Controlling Animal Behavior?. Current biology : CB. 29:R847-R850.
ABSTRACTAlthough glia are known to have the potential to alter neuronal activity, their behavioral relevance is not well understood. A recent study has discovered that, when zebrafish give up on performing a visuo-motor task, glia integrate information from neuromodulatory neurons to stop motor output.
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