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Microfluidic Models Helps Understand the Beginnings of the Brain

News   May 26, 2020 | Original story from the University of Copenhagen

 
Microfluidic Models Helps Understand the Beginnings of the Brain

Image of a human embryo surrounded by placenta, around 7 weeks of age. Studying brain development of humans at early stages is nearly impossible, and researchers have therefore produced a model to mimic human brain developmet in the lab. Credit: Dr Steven O'Connor (Houston, Texas)

 
 
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