Re-Routing Spinal Cord Signals Restores Movement in Paralyzed Rats – U.S. News & World Report

by Blogburger on May 31, 2012


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Re-Routing Spinal Cord Signals Restores Movement in Paralyzed Rats
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By Maureen Salamon THURSDAY, May 31 (HealthDay News) — In research that hints at new ways to tackle paralysis, a combination of drugs, electrical stimulation and "willpower-based training" prompted paralyzed rats to walk and even run.
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