Scientists discover way to repair axon fibers in the nerves of a damaged spine


A future cure for paralysis? Scientists discover way to repair axon fibers in the nerves of a damaged spine that do not regenerate naturally

  • Scientists have discovered a molecule that can repair damage in the spine after a severe injury
  • Called TTK21, it can stimulate repair in axons with no regenerative abilities – opening the door for the recovery of motor function
  • Mice who the molecule was tested on did not regain the ability to walk, though, making this just the start of…



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