Washington: Researchers have found a way to help the brain replace damaged nerve cells or neurons, a study reveals.Myelin forms a protective sheath around the axons or fibres of our neurons so that they can send signals quickly and efficiently.But myelin and the specialized cells called oligodendrocytes that make it, become damaged in disorders like multiple sclerosis (MS), leaving neurons without their myelin sheaths, the Journal of Neuroscience reported.
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