Imperial College London, Sir Bobby Charlton sponsored, £60m 25 year regenerative limb project. Example of a 'from the knee' leg amputee described. Hard artificial bone seeded with stem cells. The momentum is picking up. Onwards and upwards team. Freddie
Bit of info c/o mol iii site
we're co-sponsoring this event being held today http://www.masseyeandear.org/for-professionals/ophthalmology/meetings-courses/ormi/ probably not costing very much but we are obviously going to support m young i also notice our website has now been updated today re mh edison interview Would be nice to get an update on Ren003, but not raising my hopes too much!
Worth a look on level 11. onwards and upwards. freddie
Does anyone know if cenkos currently hold reneuron shares? Informed views would be appreciated. best wishes. freddie
Michael Hunt interview with Edison from yesterday http://tinyurl.com/pubhd9h
Hi Hank. I have the definitive answer from someone who knows far more about the subject than you or I will ever: Didn't didn't watch the program but heard enough on world service reporting take abstract below The complex neural circuitry responsible for our sense of smell is the only PART of the nervous system that regenerates throughout adult life. It is this ability that scientists have tried to exploit in stimulating repair in the spinal cord. Every time we breathe, molecules carrying different odours in the air come into contact with nerve cells in the nose. These transmit messages to our olfactory bulbs - at the very top of the nasal cavity, sitting at the base of the brain. The nerve cells are being continually damaged and must be replaced. This process of regeneration is made possible by olfactory ensheathing cells (OECs), which provide a pathway for the fibres to grow back. full original article available here http://www.ingentaconnect.com/content/cog/ct/pre-prints/content-CT-1239_Tabakow_et_al
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