Miniature human brains grow for months when implanted in mice skulls

(By Sharon Begley for STAT)

The mice behaved just like others of their kind, as far as scientists could tell, and they also looked the same — except for the human mini brain that had been implanted into each rodent’s own cortex, made visible by a little clear cover replacing part of their skull. Continue reading article here…

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