Development of a Multimodal Apparatus to Generate Biomechanically Reproducible Spinal Cord Injuries in Large Animals

@inproceedings{Zuechner2019DevelopmentOA,
  title={Development of a Multimodal Apparatus to Generate Biomechanically Reproducible Spinal Cord Injuries in Large Animals},
  author={Mark Zuechner and Andreas Lervik and Elena L. Kondratskaya and Vanessa Bettembourg and Lili Zhang and Henning A. Haga and Jean-Luc Boulland},
  booktitle={Front. Neurol.},
  year={2019}
}
Rodents are widespread animal models in spinal cord injury (SCI) research. They have contributed to obtaining important information. However, some treatments only tested in rodents did not prove efficient in clinical trials. This is probably a result of significant differences in the physiology, anatomy, and complexity between humans and rodents. To bridge this gap in a better way, a few research groups use pig models for SCI. Here we report the development of an apparatus to perform… CONTINUE READING

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