Study links gene to human brain development

07/6/2010 | CNN/The Chart blog

Scientists at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, studying embryonic stem cells found that the Pax6 gene regulates the development of the human brain, including the production of neurons and glial cells. They also found that the gene is not generally expressed in animals, a finding that could help shed light on the differences between humans and animals.

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