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Spring cleaning in your brain's stem cells?

Deep inside your brain, a legion of stem cells lies ready to turn into new brain and nerve cells when you need them. New research shows the vital role of a type of internal ?spring cleaning? that both clears out garbage inside the cells, and keeps them in their perpetual stem-cell state.
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