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Teeny tiny hairs on brain cells could have big jobs

Teeny tiny hairs on brain cells could have big jobs

Author: Laura Sanders / Source: Science News for Students Mouse nerve cells (red) each sport a hairlike stub. It’s called a primary cilium (green). These tiny antennae may have many roles in the brain. Most cells in the body — including those in the brain —...

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