New Method Could Improve Nerve Cell Regrowth

News   Apr 11, 2017 | Original story from Iowa State University

 
New Method Could Improve Nerve Cell Regrowth

Iowa State University researchers, left to right, Metin Uz, Suprem Das, Surya Mallapragada and Jonathan Claussen are developing technologies to promote nerve regrowth. The monitor shows mesenchymal stem cells (the white) aligned along graphene circuits (the black). Credit: Christopher Gannon.

 
 
 

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