Human astrocytes injected into mice improve learning.
March 30, 2013 5:39 AM Subscribe
As reported at SingularityHUB human astrocytes were engrafted into neonatal mice. The study found that the human glial cells which were once thought of as filler cells for the brain "differentially enhance both activity-dependent plasticity and learning in mice."
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