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Brain stem cells

22 Feb, 2007

A team of University of Auckland scientists have discovered how stem cells migrate through the brain.

Listen to audio: Brain stem cells

Duration: 12'30"

Louise Wallace talks to Richard Faull, Maurice Curtis, and PhD student Monica Kam, at the University of Auckland’s Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, about their work on stem cells and how they migrate through the brain. Can stem cells be used to replace cells lost in neurodegenerative diseases like Huntington’s disease?

Programme details: Our Changing World


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