NurExone Reports Preclinical Results of ExoPTEN for the Treatment of Traumatic Spinal Cord Injuries
- The company highlights results from the preclinical study evaluating the impact of ExoPTEN on the motor, reflex, and sensory recovery of rats following the complete serving of the spinal cord
- The results depicted that 75% of the rats in the ExoPTEN-treated group responded to treatment and recovered hind limb reflex, rehabilitated some motor function & recovered sensory control. In the exosome-only & PTEN siRNA molecule treated group, 25% of rats responded to treatment and recovered hind limb reflex, motor function, and sensory control
- Rats (n=6) in the control group receiving saline solution demonstrated no signs of sensory or reflex recovery or motor rehabilitation. ExoPTEN is developed using the company’s ExoTherapy platform
Ref: Globenewswire | Image: NurExone
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