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Anthony E.
post Dec 01, 2015, 06:28 AM
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Although we call them all neurons, your brain has an enormous menagerie of brain cells. Even if we ignore the specialized neurons that attach to our muscles or sensory organs like our eyes and tongue (and forget our brains' helpful support cells, called glial cells) mammals like mice or humans are thought to have in excess of hundreds of flavors of so-called interneuronsóbrain cells that just connect with other brain cells. And today's six new neurons fall in this class.
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brain is composed of neurons, blood vessels, nerve cells, neural stem cells and glial cells.
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