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Michalikova M, Remme MW, Kempter R (2017) Spikelets in Pyramidal Neurons: Action Potentials Initiated in the Axon Initial Segment That Do Not Activate the Soma. PLoS Comput Biol 13:e1005237 [PubMed]

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