|In the last decades there have been huge leaps in the field of regenerative therapeutic approaches for diseases of the central nervous system (CNS). Stem cell transplantation and identification of molecules crucial for regenerative processes took the main part of scientific projects. By understanding neuronal development and mimicking developmental steps, i.e. trying to induce expression of molecules expressed during neuronal development when injury to the central nervous system occurs, could lead to the effect regeneration scientist all over the world are aiming for Athanasios K. Petridis et al., Future Prospective of Regenerative Therapy of the Central Nervous System.
Most of the central nervous system disorders are due to infection, inflammations, trauma, stroke, structural defects, degeneration, autoimmune disorders, tumors etc. Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is one of the most dreadful and chronic neurological disorder which effects the central nervous system, (CNS) and nerves and their outer myelin sheet. Journal of Multiple sclerosis reviews and publishes articles based on most of the central nervous system associated disorders related to multiple sclerosis.