Study of interleukin-6 impact on organoids shows increase in radial glia cells

A team of medical researchers at the University of Tübingen’s Hertie Institute for Clinical Brain Research in Germany has found that exposing organoids at a certain stage of growth to interleukin-6 leads to an increase in radial glia cells, which may provide a hint as to why pregnant women who experience infections are more likely to deliver a child who develops autism.

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