Topic: multiple sclerosis myelin
A revised flavonoid could promote the regrowth of functional myelin in mice, scientists at the Oregon Health & Science University have shown.
Maryland researchers discovered a type of stem cell in hair follicles that can rebuild the myelin that breaks down in brain diseases like multiple sclerosis.
A University of Chicago teams has shown that a derivative of hypertension drug Wytensin can protect myelin in animal models of multiple sclerosis.
Scientists at the University of Cambridge have shown in animal models that reprogramming patients’ own skin cells may be an effective way to treat MS.
Apitope has posted phase 2a data on the multiple sclerosis drug Merck KGaA walked away from last year.