Science Savvy Nov 30th 2012

Although Müller Glia aren’t neurons, they’re very important for the retina. This week’s Science Savvy imagines what one Müller Glial cell feels like when he finds out he doesn’t share the same functions as his cousins in the brain — the all important Radial Glia. We hope you enjoy this “Dear Diary” approach to developmental neuroscience, but if you’d rather read the actual scientific article, click here to be redirected to the study from Rachel Wong’s lab that was published in the Journal of Neuroscience in 2010.


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