Cells from the human spinal cord growing in a neurosphere (a free-floating cluster of neuronal cells).
Image by Micheal Weible, University of Sydney.
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Cells from the human spinal cord growing in a neurosphere (a free-floating cluster of neuronal cells).

Image by Micheal Weible, University of Sydney.

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