Brain Cell Transplant Shows Promise, Raises Questions in Mouse Study

Brain Cell Transplant Shows Promise, Raises Questions in Mouse Study

Transplanting human nerve cells into the brains of mice in a model of Parkinson’s disease to replace dopamine-producing cells — those lost in patients — improved the animals’ motor function over one year, a study demonstrated. But longer studies into the grafted cells and their ability to mature are […]

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