Study: MRS helps identify marker for brain stem cells

11/8/2007 | Forbes

A team of U.S. researchers discovered a molecule that serves as a marker for neural stem cells by using cutting-edge magnetic resonance spectroscopy, a breakthrough that could advance research on stem cell transplantation in the brain. The lead researcher said she plans to conduct research on depression, multiple sclerosis and early childhood development with the help of the MRS technology.

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