NewsA mechanical way to stimulate neurons

20th July 2020by admin0
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In addition to responding to electrical and chemical
stimuli, many of the body’s neural cells can also respond to
mechanical effects, such as pressure or vibration. But these
responses have been more difficult for researchers to study,
because there has been no easily controllable method for inducing
such mechanical stimulation of the cells. Now, researchers at MIT
and elsewhere have found a new method for doing just
that.

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