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"Peter Pan" Neurons Stay Young Through Life

News   Jun 25, 2019 | Original story from the University of California San Francisco

 
"Peter Pan" Neurons Stay Young Through Life

Immature amygdala neurons (green and red) in a 13-year-old brain. As the brain's mood circuits mature during adolescence, most of these cells would be replaced by mature neurons (blue). Credit: Alvarez-Buylla lab / UCSF

 
 
 

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