The Central Core (Brain) is found in all vertebrates.

Its five main regions help regulate basic life processes, including breathing, pulse, arousal, movement, balance, sleep, and the early stage of processing sensory information

See also:
"Brain" is in the UNSPSC Code "85122106"
Brain or spinal cord injury services

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