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Researchers visualise motor neurons in real-time on a genetic sub-type level.

When a person walks around the block, their body is mostly on autopilot; they don’t have to consciously think about alternating each step or which muscles it takes to lift a foot and put it back down. That’s thanks to a set of cells in the spinal cord that help translate messages between the brain and the motor neurons, which

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