Brain Rewires Itself After Damage or Injury, Life Scientists Discover
May 15, 2013 — When the brain’s primary “learning center” is damaged, complex new neural circuits arise to compensate for the lost function, say life scientists from UCLA and Australia who have pinpointed the regions of the brain involved in creating those alternate pathways — often far from the damaged site.
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Brain Rewires Itself After Damage or Injury, Life Scientists Discover

May 15, 2013 — When the brain’s primary “learning center” is damaged, complex new neural circuits arise to compensate for the lost function, say life scientists from UCLA and Australia who have pinpointed the regions of the brain involved in creating those alternate pathways — often far from the damaged site.

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