Erratum: Dendrites are more spiny on mature hippocampal neurons when synapses are inactivated

    The Original Article was published on 01 March 2000

    The Original Article was published on 01 October 1999

    Sergei A. Kirov and Kristen M. Harris

    Nat. Neurosci. 2, 878– 884 (1999)

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    “MCPG was solubilized at 100X final concentration in 1.1 eq. of NaOH.”

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    Erratum: Dendrites are more spiny on mature hippocampal neurons when synapses are inactivated. Nat Neurosci 3, 409 (2000). https://doi.org/10.1038/73987

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