Electrical stimulation promotes sensory neuron regeneration and growth-associated gene expression.

@article{Geremia2007ElectricalSP,
  title={Electrical stimulation promotes sensory neuron regeneration and growth-associated gene expression.},
  author={Nicole Marie Geremia and Tessa Gordon and Thomas M Brushart and Abdulhakeem A. Al-Majed and Valerie M. K. Verge},
  journal={Experimental neurology},
  year={2007},
  volume={205 2},
  pages={347-59}
}
Brief electrical stimulation enhances the regenerative ability of axotomized motor [Nix, W.A., Hopf, H.C., 1983. Electrical stimulation of regenerating nerve and its effect on motor recovery. Brain Res. 272, 21-25; Al-Majed, A.A., Neumann, C.M., Brushart, T.M., Gordon, T., 2000. Brief electrical stimulation promotes the speed and accuracy of motor axonal regeneration. J. Neurosci. 20, 2602-2608] and sensory [Brushart, T.M., Jari, R., Verge, V., Rohde, C., Gordon, T., 2005. Electrical… CONTINUE READING

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