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Crucial questions in developmental neuroscience are how a common progenitor gives rise to different cell types and how development changes over time. This study explores both questions by examining how ASCL1 regulates the cell fate, migration, and proliferation of glial progenitors and how they give rise to different progeny at different stages. Understanding the mechanisms of neurodevelopment not only increases our understanding of fundamental biology but allows us to comprehend pathologies that share similar mechanisms.



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