Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Differences in Human, Mouse Brain Cells Have Important Implications for Disease Research

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This shows human astrocytesA new study reveals humans and mice have significant differences in how oxidative stress and inflammation trigger immune response genes in astrocytes. Researchers suggest lab models of neurodegeneration should incorporate specially engineered mouse models with lower resistance to oxidative stress, rendering them more human-like.