March 2021 // Science

Updated: Oct 26, 2021

We are excited to share a scientific publication about the beneficial effect of the prototype SERI WOBE437 in a clinically relevant mouse model of Multiple Sclerosis and transient spasticity.

The article is published on ACS Pharmacology & Translational Science as the result of collaborative work between the group of Prof. J. Gertsch and Prof. B. Engelhardt at the University of Bern under the leadership of Dr. Andrea Chicca.

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Graphic: Reynoso-Moreno et al., 2021.

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