UM: Understanding the Challenges of Reconnecting Neurons after Spinal Cord Injury

UM: Understanding the Challenges of Reconnecting Neurons after Spinal Cord Injury

An intercontinental collaboration between the University of Miami and Imperial College London neuroscientists and computer scientists provides new insight into the epigenetic mechanisms that might allow researchers to “reprogram neurons into a regenerative mode.”

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