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Adult Brain Repair Involves Going Back to the Beginning

News   Apr 16, 2020 | Original story from UC San Diego

 
Adult Brain Repair Involves Going Back to the Beginning

A cross-section of a rat brain depicts cells (in blue) expressing normal levels of the Huntingtin gene while cells (in red) have had the gene knocked out. The latter cells, without the Huntingtin gene, displayed less regeneration. Credit: UC San Diego

 
 
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