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Novel Insights into the Glia Limitans of the Olfactory Nervous System

In the last three decades, regenerative medicine has vastly expanded its reach. Nerve regeneration is one of the most ambitious targets for researchers working in regenerative medicine. The complexity of neuronal tissue and its inability to heal naturally mean that successful regenerative medicine approaches can offer enormous benefits to patients — in particular those with spinal cord injuries.

Download this eBook to learn more about:

  • The function of neuronal cells
  • The environment of olfactory ensheathing cells (OECs)
  • How OECs could be used for neuronal regenerative medicine therapies