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Sox11 – the transcription factor that is decidedly double-edged in optic nerve regeneration
Ruth Steer |
Regenerating, regrowing or replacing diseased tissues is a hot topic. And one area under particular scrutiny is neural regeneration; it is known that the peripheral nervous system can intrinsically repair itself, but the central nervous system (CNS) essentially lacks this ability. Now, recent studies on the optic nerve could bring CNS regeneration one step closer…
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