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29 July 2018. Among our favorite stories on Science & Enterprise are when interesting science becomes a business opportunity. Last Wednesday, we reported on Convelo Therapeutics, a spin-off enterprise from Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, commercializing research by its two geneticist founders that stimulate stem cells to replenish damaged myelin around nerve cells in the brain. Myelin is the waxy substance protecting nerve cells that gets destroyed by multiple sclerosis. The company emerged from stealth mode when the founders published papers in two Nature journals on Wednesday.

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