Development of the nervous system


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Development of the nervous system

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The development of the nervous system is the ongoing biological process through which nervous tissue is generated and shaped in an embryo and in postnatal and adult organisms. Understanding the cellular and molecular mechanisms that underlie neural development may also provide insight into the causes of neurodevelopmental disorders.

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