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This shows synthetic pyramidal neurons.

Among the study’s key findings was that learning motor tasks such as running forward and backward induced completely separate patterns of lightning bolt-like activity in the dendrites of brain cells. The image is for illustrative purposes only and the caption reads “forest of synthetic pyramidal dendrites grown using Cajal’s laws of neuronal branching.” Image credit: Hermann Cuntz/PLOS Computational Biology.

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