A Theory of Cortical Neuron-Astrocyte Interaction

In addition to describing the mechanisms by which associative cortex processes and utilizes information, any clinically useful model should also provide insight into the maladies to which the brain is universally vulnerable. A theory fulfilling these criteria departs radically from currently held concepts of brain function and proposes that motile astrocytes control synaptic activity and organize synapses into synchronously firing groups.

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