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Transplanted neurons act like the normal cells lost to brain damage


27 October 2016

Transplanted embryonic neurons may help people who have have suffered traumatic damage to their brains, as these cells quickly rebuild neural circuits and restore function in animal models, scientists have shown. A large number of patients, including those diagnosed with diseases such as Parkinson's or those who have suffered strokes or brain damage following a head injury, could potentially benefit from this technique.

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