De-kang Gan

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Many types of electrical stimulation (ES) devices have been shown to promote the survival of degenerated neural cells, such as dopaminergic neurons in the medial forebrain bundle-transected rats, ischemic-injured cortical neurons and inner-and outer-nuclear-layer cells in degenerated retina. Using a rat photic injury model, our lab previously proved the(More)
Direct electrical stimulation of neural tissues is a strategic approach to treat injured axons by accelerating their outgrowth [Al-Majed, A.A., Neumann, C.M., Brushart, T.M., Gordon, T., 2000. Brief electrical stimulation promotes the speed and accuracy of motor axonal regeneration. J. Neurosci. 20, 2602-2608] and promoting their regeneration [Geremia,(More)
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