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Adult Neurogenesis in Different Animal Species 

Adult Neurogenesis in Different Animal Species
Adult Neurogenesis in Different Animal Species

Gerd Kempermann

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date: 16 October 2021

This chapter describes adult neurogenesis in species other than rodents, including the particular challenges related to studying adult neurogenesis in humans. Many lower animals have very widespread neurogenesis and the question is how these examples relate to the special situation found in mice and rats. An evolutionary concept is developed.

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