News from the frontiers of brain science the brain-glue glia is useful.
Since just the majority of the cells in your brain is glia cells there might be somewhat useful information to know that the glia is not just about gluing the brain together, glia actually has a very important function to. But the fact that glia has been neglected for so many years are very impressive and might also tell us something about how fantastic selective.
If senses make sense then glia makes sense, since animals without glia lose their senses…
Neglected for centuries it might come as a stroke of lightening that 85% of the cells in your brain actually have a major function besides gluing the chemical synapses together, isn’t it fantastic? But the fact that glial cells have been largely neglected the last 100 years speaks with a very interesting voice about how selective and possibly even dysregulated the science of today can be. 2010 did the journal Science a special section on glia and the cells that is
Read the fantastic page from Science and Nuts about the glial derived neurotropic factor (GDNF) and how GDNF.
Links about increasing the function of glia and what can happens when a low function increases with the glial growth stimulation factor. Science and Nuts at netvibes.