Mechanisms of Brain Evolution: Regulation of Neural Progenitor Cell Diversity and Cell Cycle Length|
In the last few years, several studies have revisited long-held assumptions in the field of brain development and evolution providing us with a fundamentally new vision on the mechanisms controlling its size and shape, hence function. Among these studies, some described hitherto unforeseeable subtypes of neural progenitors while others reinterpreted long-known observations about their cell cycle in alternative new ways. [Neurosci Res]
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