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Robust Axon Repair Strategy Achieved in Rodents

News   Aug 30, 2018 | Original story sourced from UCLA Health

 
Three-pronged Treatment Improves Axon Growth and Functionality After Injury

Axon regrowth in rats with a spinal cord lesion, without (top) and with (below) the application of a combination of growth factors (Anderson et al, Nature 2018).

 
 
 

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