Published in the journal Nature, a new study suggests that the fundamental “rules” of how a worm’s brain controls movement may apply to human brain functions. By studying the brain network of a roundworm for several years, researchers from Northeastern University’s Center for Complex Network Research have been able to pinpoint, for example, which nerve cell controls the worm’s movements, such as squirming. The research team is encouraged that their findings could revolutionize the way human brain disorders such as cerebral palsy are treated.
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