Does anyone know if it is believed that older plaques may be able to be remyelinated or is it just newer ones that still have partial remyelination occuring? Also, how about axons that have already been damaged?
there are no changes in axons remaining unmyelinated for many months that would prevent effective remyelination. This finding suggests that chronically demyelinated regions of axons such as those in seen in multiple sclerosis are likely to remain competent to be remyelinated.
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