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Adding non-neuronal brain cells called microglia to cortical organoids speeds up the rate at which their neurons mature, increases the synchronization of their firing and appears to reduce cell stress, according to a new study. These changes, as well as others, help the clusters of cultured cells reflect more faithfully how the human brain develops and functions, says the team behind the work. Researchers presented the findings virtually at the 2021 Society for Neuroscience annual meeting.doi:10.53053/lmrz5964 fatcat:mpsuvru63re6rbzcatu43242ku