The body’s population of microbes controls the function of the brain’s ‘immune cells’. Glial cells, or glia, are essential for the brain and nervous system to work properly. Here at Bluesci Neuroscience, we really like glia: a few months ago, we covered the controversial study that created a mouse with its entire glial cell population derived... Read More »Read more »
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