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Creating a "mini brain" can help treat autism and schizophrenia

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Scientists from the University of Cambridge have been able to develop and develop micro-brains that autonomously control muscle and have structures and processes similar to those in the human brain developing during 12-16. Week of Pregnancy. Advanced studies can have important implications for the treatment of a variety of diseases including schizophrenia, autism and depression.

Scientists have prepared microbes from human stem cell labs, have developed enough awareness to send "nerve signals" to connect muscle tissue and muscles to muscle flexion. The mini brain also contains millions of neurons, similar to abilities like cockroaches.

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"We would like to see them as small moves that will move," said Madeleine Lancaster from Cambridge University, who led the experiment at the Molecular Biology Laboratory of the Medical Research Council and published it in Nature: Neuroscience. Despite the speed of maturation of the small brains, they are still very small and do not have full "ammunition" and the organization of the areas of the brain needed for greater perception.

In the experiment, co-author Stefano Giandomenico, helped develop a method for breeding a part of the brain's brain membrane in the air-fluid interface, allowing access to fluid media rich in nutrients, oxygen in the air above, microbiology in the petri dish for a long time so that it can mature more.
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