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Brain Cells Can Halt Muscle Wastage, Suggests Worm Study

News   Feb 24, 2020 | Original story from the UC Berkeley

 
Brain Cells Can Halt Muscle Wastage, Suggests Worm Study

The head of a roundworm, C. elegans. The glia that regulate the stress response in the worm's peripheral cells are highlighted. Four of these cells, known as CEPsh glial cells, protect the organism from age-related decline. Credit: Ashley Frakes

 
 
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