Jed S. Shumsky

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Ex vivo gene therapy, utilizing modified fibroblasts that deliver BDNF or NT-3 to the acutely injured spinal cord, has been shown to elicit regeneration and recovery of function in the adult rat.(More)
Transplanting neuronal and glial restricted precursors (NRP/GRP) into a midthoracic injury 9 d after contusion improved bladder and motor function, diminished thermal hypersensitivity, and modified(More)
Delivery of neurotrophic factors in acute models of spinal cord injury in adult rats can rescue axotomized neurons, promote axonal growth, and partially restore function. The extent to which repair(More)