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Test Successfully Identifies Which Research Results in Mice Will Help Humans With MS

News   Aug 18, 2017 | Original story from University at Buffalo

 
Test Successfully Identifies Which Research Results in Mice Will Help Humans With MS

Figure shows the production of human myelin (green) by transplanted human OPCs (red). UB researchers found that a gene they discovered accelerates myelin formation. (Credit: Jessie J. Polanco)

 
 
 

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