Molecular mechanisms regulating Schwann cell development and injury response in the PNS

@inproceedings{Yang2011MolecularMR,
  title={Molecular mechanisms regulating Schwann cell development and injury response in the PNS},
  author={Po-Lung Yang},
  year={2011}
}
The work within examined different aspects of the Schwann cell (SC) development and injury response: the initial demyelination, de-differentiation, and the proliferation that follows. Previous studies have shown that demyelination in the PNS often results from hijacking of these pathways, leading to SC demyelination and proliferation. Therefore, understanding of the mechanism is important as it provides insight into developing therapeutic strategies for various demyelinating neuropathies. The… CONTINUE READING

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