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May 23, 2014

Volume 289Issue 21p14434-15140
Open Access
On The Cover: Astrocytes (shown by red as GFAP-staining) have novel specific communications with neurons (shown by green as TujI-staining). TRPV4+ astrocytes constitute a novel subtype of the population and are solely responsible for initiating excitatory gliotransmitter release to enhance synaptic transmission. TRPV4+ astrocytes release ATP and glutamate to regulate neurons. For details see the article by Shibasaki et al., pages 14470–14480....
On The Cover: Astrocytes (shown by red as GFAP-staining) have novel specific communications with neurons (shown by green as TujI-staining). TRPV4+ astrocytes constitute a novel subtype of the population and are solely responsible for initiating excitatory gliotransmitter release to enhance synaptic transmission. TRPV4+ astrocytes release ATP and glutamate to regulate neurons. For details see the article by Shibasaki et al., pages 14470–14480.

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