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9th April 2013

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Human glial brain cells in a mouse glow green because researchers have tagged them with a gene that looks green under fluorescent light. Mice with the human cell transplants were smarter than normal mice, University of Rochester researchers report.
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Human glial brain cells in a mouse glow green because researchers have tagged them with a gene that looks green under fluorescent light. Mice with the human cell transplants were smarter than normal mice, University of Rochester researchers report.

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