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SpinalCord 18h
Did you know that the 2018 Impact Factor reflects all the citations in 2018 to papers published in 2016 and 2017? Our impact factor will only go up if you cite papers of from the preceding 2 years.
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Sachin S 10h
Market to reach US$ 4,236.2 Mn by 2026, exhibiting a CAGR of 8.1% | Exclusive Report by Fortune Business Insights - Press Release - Digital Journal
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Spinal Cord Meeting Jun 25
If you are interested in research, join us next December 13th in Barcelona. 5th International Spinal cord Repair Meeting.
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The Relief Institute 8h
Depression: Learn How To Identify Yourself, Not Others
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Rachel Moore Jun 21
Replying to @Dev_Cell @z_hvas and 3 others
There are lots of different types of neurons in the spinal cord but we saw arms in nearly all of them, even these weirdos (called basal progenitors, or BPs) that divide AFTER they’ve become neurons. They extend their arms then retract them before dividing.
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Iain Beith Jun 25
Replying to @ksluka0101
Love this Kathleen.
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SpinalCord Jun 24
Our 2018 Impact Factor has just been released – 1.898. We are pleased with this and hope this encourages researchers to continue submitting their best to us!
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AOSpine 13h
Top Cited from the Guidelines on DCM & tSCI: "Timing of in Patients With Acute Spinal Cord Injury: A Systematic Review" #
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Brad Berk 7h
The Cleveland Clinic has just been added to this pristine list. They have successfully completed Ohio’s first ever surgery on a fetus inside the uterus to repair spina bifida.
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Texas Back Institute Jun 18
Relieving compression of the through can help with a wide range of conditions. Watch Dr. Ju break down decompression procedures:
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The Relief Institute Jun 24
Brain & Spine Foundation | Relationships and sex
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Global Spine Journal Jun 25
From the Guidelines on DCM & tSCI: "A Clinical Practice Guideline for the Management of Acute Spinal Cord Injury: Introduction, Rationale, and Scope"
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Genetic Engineering Congress Jun 23
Injections of human umbilical cord blood-derived mesenchymal stem cells promotes functional recovery in rabbits with spinal cord injury To know more :
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The Relief Institute Jun 24
Stem cell-filled implant restores some spinal cord function in UC San Diego animal study
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#AmericanBornRican Jun 21
Tuesday’s MRI detected a in my brain 🧠really close to my I dont have all of the images yet however I’ve admitted yesterday for treatment because Resiliency-Fighting
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Editors of ADDR Jun 19
Read "Recent advances in nanotherapeutic strategies for spinal cord injury repair,” presented Christine Schmidt, Young Song, and Advanced Drug Delivery Reviews. . Download free until July 19th.
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Spine Congress Jun 18
is a condition where the bones in the vertebral column do not fully cover the leaving it exposed Know about the birth defect:
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Innovation Nation NC Jun 22
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The Relief Institute Jun 18
Fascinating and Amazing Human Body Facts and Trivia
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NOWFindRelief Jun 17
Neck Size: Measurement Chart and Health Information
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