Colleen M Cronin

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Olfactory ensheathing cells (OECs), a unique type of macroglia required for normal olfactory axonal regeneration throughout the lifetime of an individual, have been shown to have regeneration-enhancing properties when used to treat various neuronal injuries. Availability of OECs is a hurdle facing future clinical use of the cells for spinal cord injury(More)
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