New Mechanism Revealed For How The Cerebellum Extracts Signal From Noise | Psychology and Brain News |

This research identifies for the first time that an ion channel called KCa3.1 that was not previously believed to be expressed in the brain is actually present in Purkinje cells. In addition, these researchers demonstrate the mechanism by which this ion channel allows Purkinje cells to filter sensory input in order to coordinate the body's movements.

Via Sakis Koukouvis