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Seizures Suppressed by Transplanted Stem Cell-derived Neurons in Rodents

News   Jan 03, 2019 | Original story by Christina Sumners, Texas A&M University

 
Stem Cell-derived Neurons Stop Seizures, Improve Cognitive Function

Human induced pluripotent stem cell-derived GABAergic progenitor cells were transplanted into the hippocampus in an animal model of early temporal lobe epilepsy. Image credit: Pixabay

 
 
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