Studying Dynamic Stem Cell Interactions in the Mouse Neocortex
22 Dec 2014

As the nervous system develops, Notch signaling is crucial for maintaining the cells necessary to generate the correct numbers and types of neurons in different regions in the brain. Researchers led by Dr. Branden R. Nelson at the University of Washington in Seattle used Imaris software to better understand how cells interact to convey Notch signaling, which is dependent on cell contact.

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