Cortex


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NAME

Cortex

DESCRIPTION

The cortex refers to the outermost layer of the cerebral hemispheres or cerebrum. The cerebral cortex in humans is folded into gyri and consists of six horizontal layers of neurons, with distinct connections among the layers and neuronal subtypes of cells.

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