Search and Neutralize Inhibitory Factors in Damaged Spinal Cord to Improve Transmission and Function – Dr. Victor Arvanian

Dr. Arvanian reports on the discoveries in his lab that he believes will improve transmission of signals in the damaged spinal cord. After identifying NG-2 as the specific CSPG blocking conduction in chronic SCI, he and his collaborators have developed an NG-2 antibody and are now working on delivery methods.

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