alexa The Role of the Basal Lamina in Nerve Regeneration

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The Role of the Basal Lamina in Nerve Regeneration

In the context of axon regeneration, certain molecules containing the basal lamina, particularly fibronectin, laminin and heparin sulfate promote axonal elongation in vitro and in vivo. This structure could lead the axons to distal stump in nerve defect repair.......Read more

 
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