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could get Vincents address to work.

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From: Paul Kaufmann <pkaufman at comp.uark.edu>
Subject: neurons
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Mr. Mazzarella:
Greetings. I wondered if I have this misconcepton about neurons following 
a program on the Discovery channel the other evening. Basically, it 
described that whatever portion of the brain tissue that deteriorated 
would be replaced by differentiated neurological cells (dendrites). I am 
maybe misinformed but I thought nerve cells could not regenerate? And if 
experiments have shown this to be the case are the studies based on some 
kind of mylenoma hybrid? It just seemed a little too simple on the 
Discovery program and I don't think our understanding of human memory 
etc. has been that conclusive.
thank you for the reply.
Paul  

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