Scientists successfully graft neural precursor cells into spinal cords of syngeneic pigs with no immunosuppression

May 10, 2018 GOSCIN 0Comments

A major hurdle to using neural stem cells derived from genetically different donors to replace damaged or destroyed tissues, such as in a spinal cord injury, has been the persistent rejection of the introduced material, necessitating the use of complex drugs and techniques to suppress the host’s immune response.

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