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Neuralstem Announces 2012 Financial Results, Provides Clinical Trials Update
Date:3/15/2013

icant improvement in both motor and neurological functions in subacute ischemic stroke rats treated with NSI-566 cells seven days post-stroke with increasing intracerebral doses of NSI-566 into the stroke area. A separate research study, "Survival and Differentiation of Human Neural Stem Cells (NSI-566RSC) After Grafting into Ischemia-Injured Porcine Brain," led by Martin Marsala , M.D., professor and the head of the Neuroregeneration Laboratory at University of California, San Diego, demonstrated NSI-566 feasibility and safety in a chronic model of ischemic stroke in mini-pigs, a species that allowed for the use of human-scale transplantation tools and dosing, according to study authors.
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    In January 2013, Neuralstem received FDA approval to commence a Phase I safety trial of NSI-566 in chronic spinal cord injury (cSCI) patients. The open-label, multi-site study will enroll up to eight patients with thoracic spinal cord injuries (T2-T12), designated American Spinal Injury Association AIS-A level of impairment,  between one and two years after injury. All patients will receive six injections in, or around, the injury site; the first four patients will receive 100,000 cells per injection, and the second four patients will receive 200,000 cells per injection. All patients will also receive physical therapy post-surgery, as well as immunosuppressive therapy, which will be for three months, as tolerated. The trial study period will end six months post-surgery for each patient, with a stated goal of trial completion within a one-year timeframe.
    In February 2013, the company granted licenses to intellectual property surrounding its spinal cord delivery platform, floating cannula, and method for delivering therapeutic agents to the spinal cord to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, a nonprofit academic medical center located in Los Angeles, CA. The license agreements grant Cedars-Si
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