ACADEMIA

World’s 1st, Keio Univ. Plans iPS Cell Clinical Research for Spinal Cord Injuries

November 15, 2018
A team of Keio University researchers plans the world’s first clinical research on the transplant of iPS cell-derived nerve cells in patients who have sustained spinal cord injuries. If approved by the health ministry, the program will get underway as…

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