Breakthrough recorded in spinal cord trauma treatment in rat study

11/15/2011 | Age (Melbourne, Australia), The

Two proteins injected into traumatized spinal cords of rats reduced the size of the damaged tissue to about 25% of its original size and led to growth of healthy nerve tissue, Australian scientists found. Such research may lead to treatments for people suffering from spinal cord injuries.

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