NewsNanobiomaterial boosts neuronal growth in mice with spinal
cord injuries

23rd March 2021by admin0
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Researchers from the Department of Orthopedics of
Tongji Hospital at Tongji University in Shanghai have successfully
used a nanobiomaterial called layered double hydroxide (LDH) to
inhibit the inflammatory environment surrounding spinal cord
injuries in mice, accelerating regeneration of neurons and
reconstruction of the neural circuit in the spine. The researchers
were also able to identify the underlying genetic mechanism by
which LDH works. This understanding should allow further
modification of the therapy which, in combination with other
elements, could finally produce a comprehensive, clinically
applicable system for spinal cord injury relief in
humans.

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