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The concept that, after developmental periods, neocortical neurons become numerically stable and are normally nonrenewable has been challenged by a report of continuous neurogenesis in the association areas of the cerebral cortex in the adult Macaque monkey. Therefore, we have reexamined this issue in two different Macaque species using the thymidine analog bromodeoxyuridine (BrdU) as an indicator of DNA replication during cell division. We found several BrdUϩ/NeuNϩ (neuronal nuclei)doi:10.1523/jneurosci.23-03-00937.2003 pmid:12574422 fatcat:yqehkk37wbgixlkvu63k5r55ui