Coral genes may help

Thursday, 13 September, 2001

Australian scientists have discovered DNA links between coral and the human nervous system that could ultimately lead to improvements in the treatment of spinal and brain injuries.

Researchers at James Cook University and the University of Adelaide, have discovered similarities between genes of marine animals, called cnidarians, and humans.

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