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Cellular Trash Removal Helps Create New Neurons

News   Feb 28, 2020 | Original story from the University of Wisconsin-Madison

 
Cellular Trash Removal Helps Create New Neurons

An immunofluorescence image of a region of the brain called the dentate gyrus within the hippocampus which is one of two places that neural stem cells reside in a rodent brain. In this image you can see many neural stem cells in the brain labeled by vimentin in red and Sox2, a marker for cells that are self-renewing, in cyan. Credit: Christopher Morrow

 
 
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