You might expect to find these fish at the core of an ancient, distant asteroid, but we find them instead on Earth. That doesn’t mean they aren’t special, though. In fact, their immune systems may be the key to unlocking a new treatment for a human brain disease.
Video: How the unique immune system of prehistoric-like jawless lamprey fish may unlock cures for brain diseases
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