Scientists have recently discovered an unknown human brain.
According to Australian neurosurgeon George Paksinos, there is a region in our science that still does not know what is happening in our journal Science Alert.
The expert and his team develop a new atlas of brain anatomy after finding a region called the endo-replication nucleus.
This region (endo) is located in the lower horned pedudoon (also called a restiform body). The district takes part in sensory and motorized information to ensure balance and body movement.
Neuros have used this brain structure to describe the images of brain tissue in the production of the latest neuroanatomic atlas, using the new brain dyeing method.