astrocytes/neurotransmitters

karkania karkania at alsys1.aecom.yu.edu
Thu Jan 19 16:37:19 EST 1995


In article <3f5uis$4o at rebecca.albany.edu>
cc3265 at albnyvms.bitnet writes:

> 
> Actually, I remember reading fairly recently (don't you hate when you can't
> remember a citation!) about some new research done on glia cells, again I
> forget which type, that suggested that some of them at least might be
> communicating to neurons.  I think it was an issue of Science, maybe two,
> maybe three months back.  Sorry, I know this isn't much help -- might try
> checking abstracts at the library.  However, I do remember the article and
> being fascinated with it at the time. (Unfortunately, grad school forces the
> really interesting things out of one's head, in pursuit of what someone else
> considers interesting!)
> >  C.R. Cooper
>    Dept. of Anthropology
>    SUNY at Albany

Yes you're right; the article was Science 263(5154):1768-1771 March 25
1994.

George Karkanias
Department of Neuroscience
Albert Einstein College of Medicine



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