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A common brain cell shapes the nervous system in unexpected ways

from Health Canal

More than half of our brains are made up of glial cells, which wrap around nerve fibers and insulate them — similarly to how the plastic casing of an electric cable insulates the copper wire within — allowing electrical and chemical impulses to travel faster. In the past, neuroscientists considered the glial cell an essential yet passive helper of nerve cells. more


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