Researchers restore monkey's brain-controlled hand function

04/11/2013 | Engadget

Japanese and American scientists were able to restore the neural function of a partially paralyzed monkey by applying an artificial neuron connection over spinal cord lesions that partially restored the animal's brain-controlled hand function. The experiment could provide technology that could be useful in prosthetic treatment, researchers said.

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