Tag Archives: Dr. Liz Bradbury

Gene therapy reverses rat’s paralysis at King’s College London

Researchers at King’s have shown that rats with spinal cord injuries can re-learn skilled hand movements after being treated with a gene therapy that could be switched on and off using a common antibiotic. Researchers at King’s College London and … Continue reading

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The Road to Success

Recently posted is a new article with Mark Bacon (Spinal Research Director) in the UK explaining the current efforts in bringing a Chondroitinase human clinical trial forward. The full article can be found HERE. Key points in the article: 1. … Continue reading

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Gene delivery of chondroitinase ABC promotes functional repair following spinal cord injury

There is new hope for the use of viral delivery of ch’ase (Chondroitinase ABC) as a way to treat a much broader area of the spinal cord and for more (LENGTHY TIME PERIODS) (LINK) Because contusive lesions are so large … Continue reading

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