Protecting your gray matter

June 1997
R&D Magazine;June97, Vol. 39 Issue 7, p11
Trade Publication
Reports that researchers at Kyoto University have developed an artificial protective membrane capable of replacing damaged dura matter. What the membrane consists of.


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