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Gordon, TessaPerson Why?
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Mesenchymal Precursor Cells in Adult Nerves Contribute to Mammalian Tissue Repair and Regeneration.Academic Article Why?
Brief electrical stimulation accelerates axon regeneration in the peripheral nervous system and promotes sensory axon regeneration in the central nervous system.Academic Article Why?
Genes for regeneration.Academic Article Why?
Nerve regeneration in the peripheral and central nervous systems.Academic Article Why?
Outcome measures of peripheral nerve regeneration.Academic Article Why?
Regeneration, stem cells, and the evolution of tumor suppression.Academic Article Why?
["Pathway protection" - enhanced motoneuron regeneration by end-to-side coaptation of sensory axons].Academic Article Why?
A rat decellularized small bowel scaffold that preserves villus-crypt architecture for intestinal regeneration.Academic Article Why?
Dedifferentiated Schwann Cell Precursors Secreting Paracrine Factors Are Required for Regeneration of the Mammalian Digit Tip.Academic Article Why?
Electrical stimulation accelerates and enhances expression of regeneration-associated genes in regenerating rat femoral motoneurons.Academic Article Why?
Electrical Stimulation to Promote Peripheral Nerve Regeneration.Academic Article Why?
Fibrin gels containing GDNF microspheres increase axonal regeneration after delayed peripheral nerve repair.Academic Article Why?
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