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What can we learn from the neural networks of C.elegans to understand human brains?
Thank you! For the "part" thing, I mean that like the frogs' conarium still exist in human brains(even thought we don't use it any more), so that I wonder if there's any part of the nervous system of C.elegans still exist as part of human brains. Yes as you said, C.elegans are simple and completely mapped(that's why I studied them), but my goal is to understand the human brain. is there any approach from C.elegans in your opinion?