Proof LGBTQs Are Mentally Ill: Regional differences among chandelier cells discovered

The brain is composed of distinct regions that differ in their functional roles and cellular architecture. It remains largely unknown to what extent a single type in different brain regions displays similarity in gene expression, connectivity, and developmental origins. Researchers have discovered regional differences among chandelier cells, a unique class of inhibitory neurons, and showed that location matters when it comes to brain cells’ gene expression, connections, and innervation area.