reinnervate


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reinnervate

(riːˈɪnɜːˌveɪt)
vb (tr)
to restore a lost nerve supply to (a muscle, nerve, etc) by surgery or regeneration
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Some of the major players in the 3D cell culture market are Sigma-Aldrich Corporation, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Inc., Corning Incorporated, Becton, Dickinson and Company, 3D Biotek LLC, Lonza Group, 3D Biomatrix, Inc., InSphero AG, Reinnervate Ltd, and Global Cell Solutions, Inc.
The condition typically resolves approximately 6 months after the surgery when the corneal nerves tend to reinnervate the flap [34].
The notable speaker line-up will also include senior representatives from Aurelia Bioscience, ReInnervate Limited, Cell and Gene Therapy Catapult, Heriot-Watt University, University College London, Kugelmeiers, Immunocore, GSK, UK Regenerative Medicine Platform and TissUse GmbH.
Residual nerves from the amputated limb are transferred to reinnervate and activate new muscle targets.
In a subsequent regenerative process, the damaged RGCs regrow their axons and reinnervate the target areas in the brain, of which the optic tectum is by far the most important [105-107].
Raisman, "Specialized neuroglial arrangement may explain the capacity of vomeronasal axons to reinnervate central neurons," Neuroscience, vol.
Studies using this animal model have shown that grafted DA neurons can survive, reinnervate the lesioned striatum, and provide significant improvement of motor function [40].
In addition, through the recent acquisitions of Reinnervate (UK) and BioServe (US), ReproCELL is proceeding towards the establishment of a global distribution network, and technology synergy and new product introductions.
Major players include Sigma-Aldrich Corporation, Thermo Fisher Scientific, Inc., Corning Incorporated, Becton, Dickinson, 3D Biotek LLC, Lonza Group, 3D Biomatrix, Inc., InSphero AG, Reinnervate Ltd, and Global Cell Solutions, Inc.
(5,6) It was not until 1978 that Spira reported using the masseteric nerve to reinnervate the lower division of the facial nerve in 3 separate cases.
Rebuild, restore, reinnervate: Do human tissue engineered dermo-epidermal skin analogs attract host nerve fibers for innervations?
After, at least four processes occur before regaining motor behavior: new dopaminergic cells send their terminals to the striatum, functionally reinnervate neurons, induce recovery of dendritic spines and recover the functionality of the cortical input, said the physiologist.