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Thread: New imaging technique: toward spinal cord regeneration?

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    So what is this supposed to mean in layman's terms?? Still don't see the answer I am looking for...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keith View Post
    So what is this supposed to mean in layman's terms?? Still don't see the answer I am looking for...
    "New imaging technique: toward regeneration of a mouse's spinal cord."

    Is it better for now, Keith?

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    Mouse this, Mouse that.....

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    Mouse this, Mouse that.....
    Sorry thread...
    Rick I just signed on few minutes ago. Since then a brown mouse has darted from behind my desk 6 times. Little bastard very fast. I got a basket next to me ready to catch him to let him go outside. Too funny. If he only knew what I would really like to do to him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mckeownp View Post
    Sorry thread...
    Rick I just signed on few minutes ago. Since then a brown mouse has darted from behind my desk 6 times. Little bastard very fast. I got a basket next to me ready to catch him to let him go outside. Too funny. If he only knew what I would really like to do to him.
    LOL........... reminds me of an advertisement I have seen were the cheese is on the mousetrap, mouse comes out behind the wall, takes and eats all the cheese, goes back behind a wall and the trap goes off............ little bastard, LOL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rollin Rick View Post
    LOL........... reminds me of an advertisement I have seen were the cheese is on the mousetrap, mouse comes out behind the wall, takes and eats all the cheese, goes back behind a wall and the trap goes off............ little bastard, LOL.
    Rick I caught him about an hour later and left him by a huge Oak Tree outside. Spine intact.

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