Key protein behind brain asymmetry uncovered by scientists

Genetic mechanisms behind the brain's unique left–right differences are now better understood with new research, paving the way for better understanding of human disorders where brain asymmetry is disrupted.


Human brain map contains never-before-seen details of structure

A cubic millimeter of brain tissue may not sound like much. But considering that tiny square contains 57,000 cells, 230 millimeters of blood vessels, and 150 million synapses, all amounting to 1,400 terabytes of data, Harvard ...

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