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Thread: Spinal cord axon injury location determines neuron's regenerative fate

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    Spinal cord axon injury location determines neuron's regenerative fate

    "A previously unappreciated phenomenon has been reported in which the location of injury to a neuron's communication wire in the spinal cord -- the axon -- determines whether the neuron simply stabilizes or attempts to regenerate. The study demonstrates how advances in live-imaging techniques are revealing new insights into the body's ability to respond to spinal cord injuries."

    http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases...0430123930.htm
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    That's interesting, thanks for sharing.

    And it's nice to see you back posting again Paolo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scisucks View Post
    That's interesting, thanks for sharing.

    And it's nice to see you back posting again Paolo.
    Thank you

    Paolo
    In God we trust; all others bring data. - Edwards Deming

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