Adult Neurogenesis- Adult-born neurons grow larger than and are morphologically different from their infancy-born counterparts

Picture from: Adult Neurogenesis, Mental Health, and Mental Illness: Hope or Hype?
Amelia J. Eisch, Heather A. Cameron, Juan M. Encinas, Leslie A. Meltzer, Guo-Li Ming, Linda S. Overstreet-Wadiche
Journal of Neuroscience 12 November 2008, 28 (46) 11785-11791; DOI: 10.1523/JNEUROSCI.3798-08.2008

Summary: Neurons created as a result of adult neurogenesis mature for longer and grow larger than those created during infancy. Findings suggest adult-born neurons may have a more powerful function than those created during infancy and may play a critical role in neuroplasticity.

Read the full summary article in the Neuroscience News journal

Original Research: Closed access
“Adult-Born Hippocampal Neurons Undergo Extended Development and Are Morphologically Distinct From Neonatally-Born Neurons”. by John Darby Cole, Delane Espinueva, Désirée R. Seib, Alyssa M. Ash, Matthew B. Cooke, Shaina P. Cahill, Timothy O’Leary, Sharon S. Kwan and Jason S. Snyder.
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