Probing Dynamics of the Cerebral Cortex
The central nervous system is certainly one of the most complex biological tissues, as it comprises some 1010 interconnected neurons with thousands of connections per each unit. The flow of information in this intricate network involves a great number of transmitters which modulate the electrical activity characteristic of brain tissue.
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