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Could a Superior Therapeutic Approach for MS Be on the Horizon?

News   Feb 22, 2019 | Original story from University of California, Riverside

 
Could a Superior Therapeutic Approach for MS Be on the Horizon?

Spinal cord from animal model of MS have axons that have myelin (red) loss around axons(green). Treatment with parent composed IndCl and analogues, IndCl-o-Cl and IndCl-o-Me halts the ongoing loss of axons and increases the number of myelnated axons. Credit: Karim et al, 2019, Nature Science Reports.

 
 
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