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Grand Opening of our new location in River Edge NJ!  Come Celebrate With us!! 
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A gene that is mutated in Seckel Syndrome, a rare disease that causes microcephaly and growth defects, has been found to be crucial for the correct division of brain stem cells. and even plays a role in fertility, researchers report.
Researchers at IRB Barcelona study CEP63, a gene that is mutated in Seckel Syndrome, a rare disease that causes microcephaly and growth defects.
The protein CEP63 is crucial for the correct division of brain stem cells. In its absence, mice reproduce Seckel Syndrome.

The scientists rescued the microcephaly during mouse embryonic development by removing a protein that caused the loss of stem cells.

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Check Out Our New Post! Beautiful Spring Day: Enjoying some fresh air and a great walk today
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