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Biology of Aging and Neurogenesis

The concept of the birth of new neural cells, known as neurogenesis, was initially thought to be confined to the developing nervous system. It was widely accepted that a stable neuronal population in the adult brain was essential to maintain the functional stability of adult brain circuitry. However, recent studies have demonstrated that neurogenesis indeed persists throughout adult life in various regions of the central nervous system (CNS) in all mammals, including humans.

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