Researchers develop treatment to help spinal cord injury recovery – vet times

An image of transplanted modified olfactory ensheathing cells.

A new type of combined cell treatment to improve recovery after spinal cord injury in companion animals could ultimately be used for humans.

A team of researchers, led by Nicolas Granger at the RVC and Liang-Fong Wong at the University of Bristol, has been working on a combined cellular and molecular treatment.

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