Scientists regenerate movement-regulating neurons

04/6/2009 | Yahoo!

U.S. scientists were able to regrow corticospinal motor axons -- neurons that help control movement -- in the brains of rats by genetically modifying the nerve fibers with the aid of a virus. The researchers said the study was an important step but cautioned that obstacles remain before they could develop a treatment for patients with spinal cord injuries.

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