What does the ideal biomaterial for spinal cord injury intervention look like?

A new Editorial from Future Science OA takes a look at the future for biomaterials in spinal cord injury

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Nov 22, 2017
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Regenerative strategies for neurotrauma and neurodegeneration interventions rely on suitable supporting biomaterials. 

A new Editorial from Pradeep Kumar (Wits Advanced Drug Delivery Platform, Johannesburg, South Africa) examines recent and ongoing research looking at using various biomaterial structures for spinal cord injury, and discusses the future of this exciting field.

Check out the full, open access Editorial at: https://www.future-science.com/doi/10.4155/fsoa-2017-0130.

This Editorial forms part of the 'Future Perspectives' series from Future Science OA, a forward-looking Editorial series written primarily by early career researchers. You can read more in this series at the Early Career Research Zone.

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