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  • The mouse brain samples above are stained for a key protein (green) that directly promotes nerve cell maturation.  The normal (left) and treated Rett syndrome model cells (right) have similar levels of this protein, whereas the untreated Rett syndrome model cells (middle) have much lower levels.
    Copyright 2009 National Academy of Sciences, U.S.A.
    The mouse brain samples above are stained for a key protein (green) that directly promotes nerve cell maturation. The normal (left) and treated Rett syndrome model cells (right) have similar levels of this protein, whereas the untreated Rett syndrome model cells (middle) have much lower levels.




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