Study identifies specialized immune cells that sculpt inhibitory neurons to regulate brain wiring

By | July 7, 2021
From the bark of a puppy to the patter of rain against the window, our brains receive countless signals every second. Most of the time, we tune out inconsequential cues–the buzz of a fly, the soft rustle of leaves in the tree–and pay attention to important ones–the sound of a car horn, a bang on the door.