Based on experiments with guinea pig spinal cord.

Findings, based on experiments with guinea pig spinal cord, based appeared online Wednesday in the Journal of Neurophysiology. The work was led by the Department of Basic Medical Sciences doctoral student Wenjing.

The researchers confirmed earlier indications suggesting caused injuries regress myelin isolation, exposing the channels and deterioration of the signal transmission. Laboratory and imaging techniques revealed the exposed channels damaged axons. – The researchers also discovered that 4-aminopyridine-3-methyl hydroxide is a potassium channel blocker, using a sophistic laboratory technique called patch clamp signal transfer signal transduction. Results show between pulses.the connection of the exposed channels leaking electric current is prevented and improved nerve conduction in segments of the damaged spinal cord.The researchers of University College London and the University College Hospital London led a two-stage test which efficiency of the fFN test and to judge the impact of their launch.

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