Stem cells repair brain disorder in mice

06/6/2008 | Forbes

Neural stem cells allowed researchers to correct a brain disorder in mice that is related to human autoimmune disorders such as multiple sclerosis and the congenital disorder featured in "Lorenzo's Oil." The mice that survived the treatment were cured, according to the findings published in the June issue of Cell Stem Cell.

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