€1.3m study could pave way for therapies to repair spinal cord

(University of Edinburgh) Brain scientists are using tropical fish to investigate how the spinal cord can be coaxed to repair itself after injury. The European research team — led by the University of Edinburgh — has received £1.1 million (€1.3m) to investigate how zebrafish are able to repair and replace damaged nerve cells.


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