Comparing human and mouse Purkinje cells to better understand human brain complexity

A multi-institutional team of brain researchers has discovered some of the ways that the human brain has evolved to allow for better cognitive processing by comparing certain nerve cells from the brains of mice and humans. In their project, reported in the journal Communications Biology, the group studied Purkinje cells in the two species.

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