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Jumping Genes Help Make Neurons in a Lab Dish

News   Mar 26, 2020 | Original story from KAUST

 
Jumping Genes Help Make Neurons in a Lab Dish

Engineered skin cells (red) become dopamine-producing neurons (green). Credit: Della Valle et al.

 
 
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