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Neuronal Stem Cell Genes on Standby to Exit "Stemness"

News   Feb 04, 2019 | Original story from the German Cancer Research Center

 
Neuronal Stem Cell Genes on Standby to Exit "Stemness"

TOR activity (red) in the brain of a mouse. The newly generated immature nerve cells (neuroblasts) are shown in green. The dotted line shows the "Bulbus Olfactorius", a part of the brain into which the immature nerve cells migrate. Image credit: Ana Martin-Villalba/DKFZ

 
 
 

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