[Neurosciences] Drugs that activate brain stem cells may reverse multiple sclerosis

Interesting study showing the potential of NIH Drug Library NCATS can bring some unexpected outcome. Two drugs already FDA-approved, miconazole and clobestatol, have shown an ability to increase oligodendrocytes by boosting the generation of oligodendrocytes progenitor cells (OPCs). These cells are crucial as they are the ones targeted and damaged during MS.

For the full story, click on the link: Drugs that activate brain stem cells may reverse multiple sclerosis.

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