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Understanding of nervcells key to neurological diseases

17 April, 2015

“If we can understand what is happening in the nervcell on a molecular level, we can also understand what is going on in the brain. In the long run this may help to understand neurological diseases.” Marie Öhman, Professor of Molecular Biosciences at Stockholm University.

Marie Öhman is Crosstalks guest in “Understanding and mapping the human brain” broadcast live, April 23, at 6 PM CET on

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