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Stem Cells Used to Successfully Regenerate Damage in Corticospinal Injury

For first time, researchers show functional benefit in animal model of key motor control system called the corticospinal tract. Source Newsroom: University of California, San Diego Health .Newswise — Writing in the March 28 issue of Nature Medicine, researchers at … Continue reading

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Neural progenitor cells overcome extrinsic inhibitors and extend axons in chronically injured spinal cord

Another interesting abstract at SfN 2014 with the media coverage from The Scientist Magazine. K. KADOYA1, K. NGUYEN1, M. TUSZYNSKI1,2; 1Neurosciences, UCSD, LA JOLLA, CA; 2VAMC, La Jolla, CA Environment of chronic stage of spinal cord injury (SCI) is more … Continue reading

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