“If what they have shown holds true for all primates, including humans, it means we really need to rewrite the book on brain development and the way that experience can affect the brain,” says Greenough.The Gould and Gross discovery also may require neuroscientists to draw a less bold distinction between the brains of humans and other animals, says Fernando Nottebohm of Rockefeller University.
15 issue of Science that the formation of new neurons or nerve cells — neurogenesis — takes place in several regions of the cerebral cortex that are crucial for cognitive and perceptual functions.
In all cases, there were neurons with Brd U in their DNA, which showed that those cells had to have been formed after the Brd U injection.
The earliest cells, found in the walls of the ventricles and then migrating toward the cortex, were not yet mature.
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