Do Brain Cells Reproduce?

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A 2009 publication claimed that researchers had come up with sufficient evidence to support the theory that brain cells grow. However, researchers have not yet shown what triggers this growth of brain cells. The previous theories claimed that brain cells stopped growing after birth.
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they never reproduce.
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Mitosis The human body has a total of 210 different cell types; however, there are only three basic processes by which these cell types reproduce. The majority of cells in the body
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Brain cells generally don't reproduce new brain cells. There have b...
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Brain cells don't reproduce. The amount you have at birth is the max you will ever have.
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