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Fig. 3 | Cell Communication and Signaling

Fig. 3

From: Copper signalling: causes and consequences

Fig. 3

Emerging themes of copper signalling and functions. Number (Left) and percentage (Right) of papers citing the first description of depolarization-induced synaptic copper release [225] in each subject category by 5-year intervals. From the time, copper signalling in brain have considerably been developed, including inhibitory and excitatory signalling, neuromodulation, neurotoxicity, Alzheimer’s and other brain disorders

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