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Stem Cells from Wildtype and Friedreich's Ataxia Mice Present Similar Neuroprotective Properties in Dorsal Root Ganglia Cells

Many neurodegenerative disorders share a common susceptibility to oxidative stress, including Alzheimer's, Parkinson Disease, Huntington Disease and Friedreich's ataxia. In a previous work, we proved that stem cell-conditioned medium increased the survival of cells isolated from Friedreich's ataxia patients, when submitted to oxidative stress.

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Jen Farmer

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