Functional Regeneration of Brachial Sensory Afferents to the Brainstem.

Wong, Laura.

Abstract: Spinal cord injury leads to devastating paralysis and paresis, in large part because damaged axons in the central nervous system fail to regenerate. Recovery following a spinal cord injury will require axons to restore synaptic connectivity with denervated targets several centimeters from the site of injury. This will require therapeutic agents that promote regeneration across long dista... read more

Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Sciences. Department of Neuroscience.
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