Microscopy image of spinal cord injury.
A spinal cord injury is repaired in the newborn mouse with the help of a specialized cell type, the microglia. Credit: He Laboratory.

Healing spinal cord injuries without scars

HSCI researchers find that spinal cord repair relies on specialized cells

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