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Movement Relay Station in the Brain Is Mapped Out

News   May 16, 2019 | Original story from the University of Basel

 
The Relay Station That Keeps the Body Moving

These are two cell populations in the mouse substantia nigra that are responsible for different aspects of locomotion. Credit: University of Basel, Biozentrum

 
 
 

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