Hair Inside Your Brain is More Important: Here's Why
Hair-like motile cilia maintain the flow of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) within brain cavities called ventricles. The beating of the cilia allows the CSF to circulate within the ventricles and provide nutrients to developing nerve cells, which is important for brain development and maintaining brain function.
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