Functional innervation of spinal cord tissue by fetal neocortical grafts in oculo: an electrophysiological study

Abstract

The ability of fetal neocortex transplants, to functionally innervate maturated cervical spinal cord grafts in oculo, was investigated in rats. We found that a neocortex co-graft will grow and develop in contact with a spinal cord graft, and will generate a functional input to maturated spinal cord tissue which can be activated by electrical stimulation of… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00228510

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