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Combination of NEP 1-40 infusion and bone marrow-derived neurospheres transplantation inhibit glial scar formation and promote functional recovery after rat spinal cord injury

Zhilai Zhou, Hui Zhang, Yinhai Chen, Zhong Chen, Shaoxiong Min, Bo Yu, Anmin Jin

Year : 2011| Volume: 59| Issue : 4 | Page no: 579-585

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