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  • Large numbers of human, green fluorescent protein-expressing axons emerge from a lesion/graft site and grow caudally in linear arrays. Many axons travel along the interface (indicated by arrows) between spinal cord white matter (nerve fibers covered with myelin) and spinal cord gray matter (nerves without the whitish myelin sheathing).
    Image courtesy of Mark Tuszynski, UC San Diego School of Medicine.
    Large numbers of human, green fluorescent protein-expressing axons emerge from a lesion/graft site and grow caudally in linear arrays. Many axons travel along the interface (indicated by arrows) between spinal cord white matter (nerve fibers covered with myelin) and spinal cord gray matter (nerves without the whitish myelin sheathing).
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