* neurobiology questions *

Barry Bayliss b.a.bayliss at open.ac.uk
Wed Sep 4 08:07:58 EST 1996

Raeto West wrote:

> C. Pathology
>      21. Why are there no tumours of neurons in the central nervous system?

I believe it is because neurons once matured, do not divide.  It is possible
to have a tumor in developing brains.  Most tumors are are due to the surrounding
material around the brain.


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