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The virus polio causes loss of motor function but not of sensory function, because it infects neurons. The neurons are located in the _____________ horn of th spinal cord.
anterior horn cells of the spinal column
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User: The virus polio causes loss of motor function but not of sensory function, because it infects neurons. The neurons are located in the _____________ horn of th spinal cord.

Weegy: anterior horn cells of the spinal column
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