Extracorporeal shockwave therapy accelerates motor axon regeneration despite a phenotypically mismatched environment

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Extracorporeal shockwave therapy accelerates motor axon regeneration despite a phenotypically mismatched environment
 
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David Hercher (1,2), Johannes Heinzel (1,2), Michaela Stainer (1,2), Rudolf Hopf (1,2,) James Ferguson (1,2), Heinz Redl (1,2), Antal Nógrádi (1,2,3), Thomas Hausner (1,2,4)

 
 

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