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TWiN 23: Peripheral nervous system with Bruce Carter

Bruce Carter joins TWiN to discuss the peripheral nervous system: the development of nerves that convey sensory information like touch from the tips of your toes to the brain, and Schwann cells, which are necessary for ensuring that those sensory signals are sustained as they travel long distances to the brain.

Show notes at https://www.microbe.tv/twin/twin-23/

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