Natural Process Activating Brain's Immune Cells Could Point Way to Repairing Damaged Brain Tissue, Stanford University School of Medicine Study

Published: Oct 22, 2012

The brain's key "breeder" cells, it turns out, do more than that. They secrete substances that boost the numbers and strength of critical brain-based immune cells believed to play a vital role in brain health. This finding adds a new dimension to our understanding of how resident stem cells and stem cell transplants may improve brain function.

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