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    • Early evolution of radial glial cells in Bilateria 

      Helm, Conrad; Karl, Anett; Beckers, Patrick; Kaul-Strehlow, Sabrina; Ulbricht, Elke; Kourtesis, Ioannis; Kuhrt, Heidrun; Hausen, Harald; Bartolomaeus, Thomas; Reichenbach, Andreas; Bleidorn, Christoph (The Royal Society Publishing, 2017)
      Bilaterians usually possess a central nervous system, composed of neurons and supportive cells called glial cells. Whereas neuronal cells are highly comparable in all these animals, glial cells apparently differ, and in ...
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    • The larval nervous system of the penis worm Priapulus caudatus (Ecdysozoa) 

      Martin-Duran, José M.; Wolff, Gabriella H; Strausfeld, Nicholas J; Hejnol, Andreas (The Royal Society Publishing, 2016-01)
      The origin and extreme diversification of the animal nervous system is a central question in biology. While most of the attention has traditionally been paid to those lineages with highly elaborated nervous systems (e.g. ...
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