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Astrocytes in development and in the injured CNS
After a traumatic injury to the brain or spinal cord, the adult mammalian central nervous system (CNS) has a limited ability to repair itself. The reasons why CNS neurons are unable to grow and make functional connections after injury are beginning to be elucidated. There is evidence to suggest that both the intrinsic response of the neuron to injury and the environment the surrounding injured neuron contribute to the absence of anatomical and functional recovery after axotomy. In thedoi:10.14288/1.0089619 fatcat:2noznf3vazerrpk27hjvkes6ve