[Transplantation of olfactory glial cells after spinal injury. I--From experimental data to repair strategy after central injury].


Ensheathing olfactory glial cells (OEC) can be considered, with stem cells, as the other most important cell type for developing therapeutic cellular transplantation strategies following lesion of the central nervous system (CNS) and particularly in the case of spinal cord injury. OECs are macroglial cells whose precursors are located in the olfactory… (More)


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