New research in The FASEB Journal suggests that these lab-grown cells express a broad array of natural and potent protective agents providing preservation and protection against injury, toxins and diseases
A group of really brainy scientists have moved closer to growing “therapeutic” brain cells in the laboratory that can be re-integrated back into patients’ brains to treat a wide range of neurological conditions. According to new research published online in The FASEB Journal, brain cells from a small biopsy can be used to grow large numbers of new personalized cells that are not only “healthy,” but also possess powerful attributes to preserve and protect the brain from future injury, toxins and diseases.
“I think these findings have huge implications for brain injury patients”
With proteins, shape is everything.
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