PALEONTOLOGY. How some of the world's biggest dinosaurs got that way.


492 30 OCTOBER 2015 • VOL 350 ISSUE 6260 SCIENCE P H O T O : © T O M W A G N E R / A L A M Y S T O C K P H O T O them to develop, Palida treated the cells with BDNF, a brain chemical known to stimulate neurons to form new connections. Electron microscopy showed that wherever new synapses had emerged, the PNN’s tight-knit lattice had developed… (More)
DOI: 10.1126/science.350.6260.492


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