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Discovered Internal Clock of Neurons: Innovation in Spinal Regeneration

Towards the journey of repairing and regeneration of damaged nerve cells, a new breakthrough leads to rejuvenate the damaged CNS neurons. The nerves cell internal clock changes their response & external signals & form neural circuits through synaptic plasticity. Read more…

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Posted by Alex Steward - 18/12/2012 at 02:13

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Dog Recover & Walk after Spinal Cord Injury

Towards the journey of resurrection of spinal cord injury, another para is open. Spinal cord injured & paralyzed dogs were able to move after providing Olfactory ensheathing glial cell lines. Olfactory ensheathing glial cells, Read more…

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Posted by Alex Steward - 11/12/2012 at 03:17

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Early Activation of CB1 and CB2 Receptors Caused Protective Response after SCI

Spinal cord injury is caused by the resultant of dislocation, compression or damage occured in spinal/vertebral column. The secondary spinal cord damage is also caused by the consequences of molecular & cellular events in associated Read more…

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Posted by Alex Steward - 30/11/2012 at 00:45

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Inducing Axonal Growth by Neural Stem Cells

Opening the next para in the research of Spinal cord regeneration, a remarkable discovery leads in the University of California where researchers were able to regenerate axonal growth at the spinal cord injury site in rats. Read more…

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Posted by Alex Steward - 26/11/2012 at 04:01

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Learning Regeneration by Water Monster

The axolotl, a Mexican Salamandar or Water monster is considered a model organism for the study of regeneration, and also for neoteny. An advantage is that it can regenerate multiple structures like limbs, tail, spinal cord, skin, jaws, etc. Read more…

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Posted by Alex Steward - 20/11/2012 at 02:33

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Deep Brain Stimulation

The basal ganglia (BG) are considered as motor region of the brain. It is central components of different cortical-sub cortical circuits. Each circuit encompasses multiple, functionally and anatomically distinct subcircuits and Dysfunction within them cause BG disorders like Read more…

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Posted by Rebecca - 16/10/2012 at 07:13

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