How lab-grown 'mini-brains' can help prevent motor neurone disease



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Blobs of human brain cells cultivated in the lab, known as brain organoids or “mini-brains”, are transforming our understanding of neural development and disease. Andras Lakatos and his group in Cambridge are using them to try and find a way to prevent motor neurone disease.

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