Jiu-xu Deng

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Our previous study showed that systemic administration of the traditional Chinese medicine Epimedium extract promotes peripheral nerve regeneration. Here, we sought to explore the therapeutic effects of local administration of icariin, a major component of Epimedium extract, on peripheral nerve regeneration. A poly(lactic-co-glycolic acid) biological(More)
OBJECTIVE To establish a stable animal model for studying the effect of traumatic brain injury on bone fracture healing. METHODS Eighty adult male Sprague-Dawley rats were randomly divided into fracture combined brain injury group (A) and simple fracture group (B). Animals of the two groups were killed 6 hours, 1 week, 2 weeks, 1 month and 2 months after(More)
OBJECTIVE To generate peripheral nerve animal model of pure motor nerve fibers/pure sensory nerve fibers, and identify them. METHODS The SPF SD rats were adopted in this study, and divided into 3 groups. In group A, we ablated L2-L4 ventral roots (VRs) to generate peripheral nerve animal model of pure sensory fibers. In group B, we ablated L2-L4 dorsal(More)
OBJECTIVE To explore the protected effect of sensory baby-sitter in reverse end-to-side fashion on denervated muscle. METHODS The tibial nerve of twelve female adult Sprague Dawley rats was transected. Six animals served as controls. In the other rats, the end of the sural nerve was connected to the side of the distal tibial nerve stump. After twelve(More)
Previous animal studies of cauda equina injury have primarily used rat models, which display significant differences from humans. Furthermore, most studies have focused on electrophysiological examination. To better mimic the outcome after surgical repair of cauda equina injury, a novel animal model was established in the goat. Electrophysiological,(More)
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