Brain’s ‘compass’ keeps working during sleep

A new study of mice shows that head-direction cells in the brain – which act like a compass – are as electrically active during sleep as they are when the animals are awake.A new study of mice shows that head-direction cells in the brain – which act like a compass – are as electrically active during sleep as they are when the animals are awake. Read the full article at Medical News Today.

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