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German scientists made paralysed mice run again through gene therapy – Republic World

With the help of gene therapy, German researchers have succeeded for the first time in getting a paralysed mice run again after a complete transverse injury.

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With the help of gene therapy, German researchers have succeeded for the first time in getting a paralysed mice run again after a complete transverse injury. Scientists from Ruhr University Bochum disclosed the new therapeutic approach led by its Department of Cell Physiology under the direction of Prof Dr Dietmar Fischer to find the cure to previously deemed irreplaceable damage to the spinal cord. The key element to this is the protein hyper-interleukin-6 that further leads the nerve cells to…

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