Researchers implanted specialized neural stem cell grafts directly into mice with spinal cord injuries. As the grafts grew, they integrated with and mimicked the animal's existing neural network.
Researchers have successfully transplanted human brain cells into mouse brains and watched how they grow to form networks. The technique could be used to study a range of neurological conditions, the researchers report.
By transplanting V2a interneurons, researchers improved respiratory function in mice with spinal cord injuries, a new study reports.
A recent study in Stem Cell Reports suggests electrical fields can be used to help guide transplanted neural stem cells towards a specific location in the brain. The finding could pave the way for new treatment that could help repair brain damage.
A new study reveals immunosupressive therapy coupled with stem cell transplantation can induce sustained remission in RRMS patients.
According to a new study, MS patients who received stem cell transplants reported improvements in measures of their disability and quality of life.
Cancer treatment vaccine research leads to remission in a child with a relapsed neuroblastoma.