When do Brain Cells Grow Back: A Conjecture

Written by:
J.-M. Kuczynski
Narrated by:
J.-M. Kuczynski

Unabridged Audiobook

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2
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December 2017
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0 hours 3 minutes
Summary
It used to be thought that neurons could not reproduce--that once a given neuron died, it would never replaced. This has turned to be false. Neurons sometimes reproduce. But sometimes they don't. Question: When do they reproduce? My guess is that, when a neuron dies that is part of an otherwise undamaged brain-structure, then that neuron will be replaced; but when an entire brain-structure is destroyed or severely damaged, that structure will not be replaced and, consequently, the neurons that composed it also won't be replaced.
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Anonymous

A reasonable conjecture. A bit short, but pithy and informative.

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