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Moss BL, Fuller AD, Sahley CL, Burrell BD (2005) Serotonin modulates axo-axonal coupling between neurons critical for learning in the leech. J Neurophysiol 94:2575-89 [PubMed]

   S cell network (Moss et al 2005)

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