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A Role for Nogo Receptor in Macrophage Clearance from Injured Peripheral Nerve
We report a role for Nogo receptors (NgRs) in macrophage efflux from sites of inflammation in peripheral nerve. Increasing numbers of macrophages in crushed rat sciatic nerves express NgR1 and NgR2Expand
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Corticospinal tract regeneration after spinal cord injury in receptor protein tyrosine phosphatase sigma deficient mice
Receptor protein tyrosine phosphatase sigma (RPTPσ) plays a role in inhibiting axon growth during development. It has also been shown to slow axon regeneration after peripheral nerve injury andExpand
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Subtype‐specific oligodendrocyte dynamics in organotypic culture
The morphogenesis of oligodendrocytes is essential for central nervous system myelin formation and the rapid propagation of axon potentials through saltatory conduction. However, the discreteExpand
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Novel roles for Nogo receptor in inflammation and disease
The Nogo receptor (NgR), which was identified as a common receptor for three axon growth inhibitors associated with myelin, has been extensively characterized for its role in triggering growth coneExpand
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Central Nervous System Regeneration: Mission Impossible?
  • E. J. Fry
  • Medicine
  • Clinical and experimental pharmacology…
  • 1 April 2001
1. Attempts to induce clinical repair after central nervous system injury, such as spinal cord damage, are likely to involve several protocols because eliciting a regenerative response from anExpand
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Regeneration of supraspinal axons after complete transection of the thoracic spinal cord in neonatal opossums (Monodelphis domestica)
These studies define the time table and origin of supraspinal axons regenerating across a complete spinal transection in postnatal Monodelphis domestica. After lumbar (L1) spinal cord injection ofExpand
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Some Types of Endolithic Limestone Lichens
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Spinal Repair In Immature Animals: A Novel Approach Using The South American Opossum Monodelphis Domestica
1. The adult mammalian central nervous system (CNS) is unable to regenerate following injury and repair has only been seen when implants of peripheral nervous tissue, fetal tissue or Schwann cellsExpand
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Spinal cord injuries: making the re-connection.
Why is it that the skin and other tissues and organs can repair themselves, yet the spinal cord and brain cannot? Even more intriguingly, how is it that peripheral nerve damage may be repairable, yetExpand
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Editorial Board
Advisory Editorial Board Anders Björklund, Lund, Sweden J. Paul Bolam, Oxford, UK Sarah W. Bottjer, Los Angeles, CA, USA Barry J. Dickson, Vienna, Austria John F. Disterhoft, Chicago, IL, USA ChrisExpand