I read this through the other day. It is a mouse experiment. They were unable to create an MS-like disease by exposing mice with an intact blood-brain barrier to damaged myelin, if I am remembering. It was not overly relevant to CCSVI because the CCSVI environment of a weakened blood brain barrier, reflux into the blood vessels of the brain, focal points of hypertension within the capillaries of the brain, iron diapedesis, impaired cerebral metabolism, reduced glucose and oxygen levels, and impaired perfusion were not in place.
I am curious about the CCSVI marmoset experiments we heard about many months ago!