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Development and Repair of Neurons

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Growth cone repulsion is an important mechanism controlling the development of neurons in the brain. Following injury to the brain, it may also prevent proper repair, leading to serious problems in the patient. Prof Keynes’ research is concerned with understanding the mechanism of growth cone repair and trying to control it to try and improve regeneration in patients with brain trauma.

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