Title: Chronic Spinal Injury Repair by Olfactory Bulb Ensheathing Glia and Feasibility for Autologous Therapy Quartile 1: 7% in the Area of Pathology and 14% in Neurosciences

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SUMMARY Olfactory Bulb Ensheathing Glia (OB-OEG) promote spinal cord injury (SCI) repair in rats after transplantation at acute or subacute stages (up to 45 days). However, the most realistic clinical scenario is the chronic, in which no more cellular and molecular changes take place at the injury, and this occurs beyond the third month in rodents. Whether… (More)

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@inproceedings{SantosBenito2011TitleCS, title={Title: Chronic Spinal Injury Repair by Olfactory Bulb Ensheathing Glia and Feasibility for Autologous Therapy Quartile 1: 7% in the Area of Pathology and 14% in Neurosciences}, author={Fernando Fidel Santos-Benito and M. Beatriz Llamus{\'i} and Almudena Ram{\'o}n-Cueto and Jaime Roig}, year={2011} }