Neuronal Development and Regeneration

New neurons and glial cells are constantly produced all through life, not just at the embryonic and neonatal stages. Late examinations utilizing test creatures demonstrate that few districts of the grown-up mind have the ability to recover harmed neural tissues. In a joint effort with analysts at different research centers in NIPS, we have been examining the instruments for cell movement and recovery in the postnatal cerebrum. Our gathering intends to think about the endogenous repair systems in the cerebrum and build up another methodology to advance neuronal and glial cell recovery after damage.

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