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Neurons in the brain live in an extracellular fluid, capable of propagating both chemical and physical energy alike through reaction-diffusion and bond manipulation that leads to thermal gradients.
Volume transmission has been associated with thermal gradients caused by biological reactions in the brain. Brain neurons form functional networks and communicate via chemical and electrical synapses, as well as diffusion (or volume) transmission and ephaptic transmission.
Therefore, the external milieu supports both neuronal function and interneuronal communication. Volume transmission (VT) constitutes a novel and complementary communication system to classical synaptic transmission.
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Fig. The two-dimensional model depicting the ERG source and volume conductor inhomogeneities. The retina and R-membrane impedance are represented together by double layer and RR and RC, respectively. The other parameters correspond to the conductivities and are listed in Table This study investigated the effects of collagen hydrolysates (CH) on language cognitive function and brain structure.
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