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Using proteomics to resolve the phenotype of olfactory ennsheathing cells.docx

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Department
Biology
Course
BIOL 102
Professor
Wayne Snedden
Semester
Fall

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Using proteomics to resolve the phenotype of olfactory ennsheathing cells November 18, 2011 - How can these cells be used for spinal cord injuries? - 1000 new cases of spinal cord injury every year; predominantly men - Approximately 45000 Canadians who are living with spinal cord injuries (i.e. Rick Hansen) - Spinal Cord Injury – trauma results in damage to descending (motor) and ascending (sensory) axons, as well as autonomic axons that control urinary bladder and bowel function - Trauma also
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