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                    Nematodes, particularly Caenorohabditis elegans,?have 'wormed' their way into scientific history, significantly contributing to the research carried out by three winners of the 2002 Nobel Prize for medicine. Despite having a relatively small number of cells, these flatworms still have a nervous system that even includes a primitive brain, making them ideal for studying the development of nerve cells. C elegans was the first animal to have its genome sequenced, back in 1998.

                    See AnimalResearch.info on?C elegans