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New brain region 'could be what makes humans unique'

from Medical News Today

Due to technological advancements in recent years, medical science has made huge leaps — many with vast implications for medical and neuroscientific research. A new discovery has revealed a part of the human brain that was unknown until now. Prof. George Paxinos, an anatomist with Neuroscience Research Australia — an independent medical research institute in Sydney — has suspected the existence of a new brain area for three decades. The researcher, who specializes in brain mapping, has only now been able to confirm his suspicions, with the help of innovative staining and brain imaging techniques. Prof. Paxinos has called the brain area Endorestiform Nucleus, and he detailed his discovery in his book Human Brainstem: Cytoarchitecture, Chemoarchitecture, Myeloarchitecture. more

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