Tag Archives: Dr. Victor Arvanian

Non-invasive intrathecal AAV-10 vector-mediated administration of Neurotrophin-3 (AAV10-NT3-gfp) at chronic stage of contusion spinal cord injury (SCI) in rats

Non-invasive intrathecal AAV-10 vector-mediated administration of Neurotrophin-3 (AAV10-NT3-gfp) at chronic stage of contusion spinal cord injury (SCI) in rats Abstract: Insufficient neurotrophin (NT-3) support is one of the major factors restricting synaptic transmission and plasticity in the damaged spinal cord. … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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Dr. Arvanian publishes Chrondroitinase ABC and AAV-NT3 results for Spinal Cord Injury

Dr. Victor Arvanian of the Northport Veterans Affairs Medical Center has made some important discoveries in the effort to improve transmission of signals in the damaged spinal cord and promote recovery of function after SCI. His work with CSPGs led … Continue reading

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Improving Transmission in Damaged Spinal Cord to Promote Recovery of Function

SCIRP 2012 Investigator Vignette Title:  Improving Transmission in Damaged Spinal Cord to Promote Recovery of Function After Spinal Cord Injury Investigator:  Victor Arvanian, PhD, DSi; Northport Veterans Affairs Medical Center So the outline of this grant is that the most … Continue reading

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