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New study finds 'amplifier' helps make connections in the fetal brain

(George Washington University) Fetal brains use a special amplifier in order to transmit signals, according to new research published in the journal eLife by George Washington University researchers.
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New study finds 'amplifier' helps make connections in the fetal brain

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Early neural connections are sparse, weak, and unreliable. Now researchers have discovered that fetal brains use a special amplifier in order to transmit signals.

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