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GFAP Astrocyte Mutation Triggers Chaos in Brain Cells

News   Oct 24, 2018 | Original Press Release from the University of Wisconsin-Madison

 
GFAP Astrocyte Mutation Triggers Chaos in Brain Cells

Named for their star shape, these astrocytes -- derived from human stem cells -- show their structural protein, GFAP, in red. DNA in the cell nucleus appears blue. Credit: Jeffrey Jones

 
 
 

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