Spinal cord fusion with PEG-GNRs (TexasPEG): Neurophysiological recovery in 24 hours in rats

@inproceedings{Kim2016SpinalCF,
  title={Spinal cord fusion with PEG-GNRs (TexasPEG): Neurophysiological recovery in 24 hours in rats},
  author={C-Yoon Kim and William K. A. Sikkema and In-Kyu Hwang and Hanseul Oh and Un Jeng Kim and Bae Hwan Lee and James M. Tour},
  booktitle={Surgical neurology international},
  year={2016}
}
BACKGROUND The GEMINI spinal cord fusion protocol has been developed to achieve a successful cephalosomatic anastomosis. Here, for the first time, we report the effects of locally applied water-soluble, conductive PEG(polyethylene glycol)ylated graphene nanoribbons (PEG-GNRs) on neurophysiologic conduction after sharp cervical cord transection in rats. PEG-GNRs were produced by the polymerization of ethylene oxide from anion-edged graphene nanoribbons. These combine the fusogenic potential of… CONTINUE READING
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