Stab injury of zebrafish unveils regenerative processes by neural stem cells in the brain

Stab injury of zebrafish unveils regenerative processes by neural stem cells in the brain

Researchers recently elucidated the regenerative processes by neural stem cells using a stab injury model in the optic tectum, a less studied area of the brain, of adult zebrafish. This study has brought them a step closer to shedding light on how an injured, human central nervous system (CNS) could be restored.