Scientists find gene vital to central nervous system development

A gene that helps regulate how well nerves of the central nervous system are insulated has been identified by researchers. Healthy insulation is vital for the speedy propagation of nerve cell signals. The finding, in zebrafish and mice, may have implications for human diseases like multiple sclerosis, in which this insulation is lost. —> Read More Here


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