Researchers build tiny brains from human stem cells

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(PIX11) – Researchers built tiny brains from human stem cells.

The move could change the study of neurological diseases.

The mini-brains measure about four millimeters from front to back.

Researchers say they have interdependent structures just like real brains.

They say they developed the brains out of heaps of human skin-cells turned stem-cells.

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