Wireless neurons communication

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Neurons, or nerve cells, traditionally communicate through a combination of electrical and chemical signals. This communication typically occurs at synapses, where neurotransmitters are released from one neuron and received by another, leading to changes in the receiving neuron's activity. However, recent research has begun to explore the concept of wireless communication between neurons. One method of wireless communication within the brain is the Intra-brain communication (IBCOM) system. This system uses the brain itself as a conductive medium to transmit data and commands between neural implants and data processing systems outside the brain. The IBCOM system has been successfully tested in vivo, with neural signals successfully transmitted between two platinum electrodes separated by 15mm. Another form of wireless communication involves the use of wireless, battery-free implants. These implants can monitor neurotransmitter signals in the brain in real-time. For example, a wireless implant has been developed that can monitor dopamine signals in the brain and can activate or inhibit specific neurons using a technique known as optogenetic stimulation. In addition, researchers have begun to map out wireless nerve signals in organisms such as the worm Caenorhabditis elegans. These studies have shown that messages can pass between cells over longer distances through a 'wireless' nerve network, where a molecule called a neuropeptide is released by one neuron and intercepted by another some distance away. Wireless communication between brains, or brain-to-brain communication, has also been explored. Recent developments in brain interfaces have enabled direct communication between animals' brains. Furthermore, wireless visual prosthesis brain implants have been successfully implanted, bypassing the retina and optic nerves to connect directly to the brain's visual cortex. These advancements in wireless neuron communication have the potential to significantly impact our understanding of the brain and could lead to new treatments for neurological disorders. However, this is a relatively new field of research, and further studies are needed to fully understand the implications and potential applications of these technologies.
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