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Lipid Metabolism Regulates Lifelong Activity of Brain Stem Cells

News   May 11, 2020 | Original story from the University of Zurich

 
Lipid Metabolism Regulates Lifelong Activity of Brain Stem Cells

With cerebral organoids produced by human embryonic stem cells, the early development of the human brain was investigated. The organ-like cell cultures consist of neural stem cells (green), progenitor cells (red) and nerve cells (white). Credit: Daniel Gonzalez-Bohorquez, UZH.

 
 
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