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The Brain Uses Sleep to Reduce DNA Damage

News   Mar 06, 2019 | Original Press Release from Bar-Ilan University

 
The Brain Uses Sleep to Reduce DNA Damage

A still from 3D imaging of chromosome dynamics in individual neurons in live zebrafish (green puncta - chromosomes; multi-color line - distance moved). Credit: David Zada

 
 
 

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