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*  microbes | EveryONE: The PLOS ONE blog
Most of us have seen a cute sloth video or two on the Internet. Their squished faces, long claws, and scruffy fur make these slow-moving mammals irresistible, but our furry friends aren't just amusing Internet sensations. ...
http://blogs.plos.org/everyone/tag/microbes/
*  When neurogenesis goes wrong… | PLOS Neuroscience Community
Neurogenesis is a complex biological process by which neurons are generated from neural stem cells and progenitor cells. Indeed ... When neurogenesis goes wrong… Posted September 18, 2017 by Giuseppe Gangarossa in Basic Neuroscience, cognitive neuroscience, ... When looking at neurogenesis processes the authors observed an increased number of new born neurons in the hippocampus of mice ... Memory, neurogenesis and morphological alterations following cerebral stroke In a recent PLOS One article, Woitke and collegues ...
https://blogs.plos.org/neuro/2017/09/18/when-neurogenesis-goes-wrong/