A team of neuroscientists has discovered a new way of brain communication that can be the key to what people do to us.
The human brain is a complex system of neurons that exchange information through electrical and chemical signals.
But in a new study, published in the journal Science, researchers also found some cells in the human brain that transmit signals in ways that were not detected in the corresponding mouse cells.
And it is these demonstrable human differences in the brains of other mammals that help us to point out the particularities of our own brain.
In neuronal dendrites, the branching cellular protrusions of the brain cells, that is, they focused their attention and identified actions that are currently taking place between specific dendrites.
Signals that are neither chemical nor electrically transmitted via calcium ions.