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AbstractSpinal cord injuries are known to be debilitating and in many cases, limit the ability to walk. This article will investigate how a research group in Germany has enabled functional recovery in mice after spinal cord injury. Motor vehicle accidents are one of the leading causes of traumatic spinal cord injuries (SCIs), along with catastrophic falls and sports injuries. Traumatic SCIs result from forced impact, such as from a car accident or sports injury, whereas non-traumatic SCIs involve an infection or slow degeneration of bones .
CitationRahman, A., Paroya, S., Abraham, A., Ayala, V., Clay, B., & Young, J. (2021). Walking Again. Grey Matters, 1, 42-45.
Available at: https://greymattersjournaltu.org/issue-1/walking-again