A “GPS” System for Brain Cells is Created by 2011 NARSAD Distinguished Investigator Grantee

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Z. Josh Huang, Ph.D.
Z. Josh Huang, Ph.D.

Z. Josh Huang, Ph.D. and colleagues spent portions of the last five years developing a toolkit to identify and track a highly specific, vital group of brain cells that are linked to schizophrenia and autism. This is even better than GPS argues Huang, “because it allows us to track how the circuits actually assemble."

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Hmm, I can understand the vitality of that GPS system and I think this system will be developed day by day and will bring an awesome change in brain cells treatment. Thanks
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