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Regenerative metabolic signaling after nerve and spinal injury

Authors: Elisabeth SERGER, G. KONG, I. PALMISANO, E. MCLACHLAN, S. DI GIOVANNI Lab Abstract: Mammalian axonal regeneration is limited in the injured peripheral nervous system (PNS) occur and it fails in the central nervous system (CNS) such as after a … Continue reading

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Imperial College London researchers see SCI results with Nutlins cancer drug testing in mice

In the research on adult mice, the drugs stopped a particular series of proteins from interacting to restrict nerve growth. Normally used to suppress tumors, in the mice with partially severed spinal cords they were able to make nerves regrow … Continue reading

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