Lab Creates Cells Used by Brain to Control Muscle Cells
Tuesday, 22 November 2011
University of Central Florida researchers, for the first time, have used stem cells to grow neuromuscular junctions between human muscle cells and human spinal cord cells, the key connectors used by the brain to communicate and control muscles in the body.
|Dr. Hickman has been working on this |
project for more than a decade.
Credit: University of Central Florida.
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