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Interneurons Migrate to the Cerebral Cortex

Caption: Interneurons (moving from bottom-left to top-right in this image) use tiny arms to pull themselves out of a piece of embryonic brain tissue that has grown for two days in a petri dish.

Credit: KU Leuven

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