New research from the University of Melbourne finds that stimulating myelin production in the brain via the TrkB cell on oligodendrocytes could help people living with degenerative and disabling neurological diseases like Multiple Sclerosis. MS affects the lives of more than 25,000 Australians and more than two million people around the world. While most people are diagnosed ...
MS: targeting the TrkB oligodendrocyte cells to regenerate myelin
By Dr Jessica Fletcher and Dr Susan Northfield, University of Melbourne
5 Sep 2018