nerve regeneration

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nerve regeneration

Physiology The regrowth and reconnection of viable and functional neural connections damaged by transection or other trauma
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Animal models that are capable of extensive and complete nervous system regeneration are needed to effectively make strides in understanding the molecular mechanisms underlying neural regeneration.
Within the deuterostome clade, however, few animals are capable of complete nervous system regeneration after total neural ablation.
Schwab, "Chapter 46 Central nervous system regeneration: oligodendrocytes and myelin as non-permissive substrates for neurite growth," Progress in Brain Research, vol.
The collaboration is possible due to the shared interest and resources dedicated to understanding the scientific questions surrounding central nervous system regeneration and restoration of function.
Behavioral recovery associated with central nervous system regeneration in the snail Melampus.
Project Title: "Mechanism of action of neurotigenic gangliosides in central nervous system regeneration"
Toward a Comparative Gene Regulatory Network Approach: Central Nervous System Regeneration in Other Species
Adult zebrafish as a model for successful central nervous system regeneration. Restor.