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- From biology, the part of a neuron that connects the cell body (soma) to the axon. This is the part of the neuron where the final summation of all inhibitory and excitatory potentials that have recently (since the last time the neuron fired) impinged upon the neuron through any of the numerous synaptic inputs along the dendrites or directly upon the soma occurs.
 External References
- Wikipedia Article: Axon hillock
- Wikipedia Article: Neurons
- Measuring Neuronal Response - the Firing Rate
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