Blood Replacement Rescues Mice from Stroke Damage
Blood Replacement Rescues Mice from Stroke Damage
When mice that had suffered a stroke were given blood from a healthy donor, they experienced less tissue and neurological damage.
Blood Replacement Rescues Mice from Stroke Damage
Blood Replacement Rescues Mice from Stroke Damage

When mice that had suffered a stroke were given blood from a healthy donor, they experienced less tissue and neurological damage.

When mice that had suffered a stroke were given blood from a healthy donor, they experienced less tissue and neurological damage.

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Noel Rose, Who Demonstrated Autoimmunity Exists, Dies at 92
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The Johns Hopkins University researcher bucked the prevailing idea that the body would not launch an immune response against its own tissues, and in doing so established an entirely new scientific discipline.
A Ticking Time Bomb: Tracing the Origin and Spread of SARS-CoV-2
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US Primate Centers Work to Protect Animals from COVID-19
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Rabbit Study May Hint at Origin of Female Orgasm in Humans
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The sei ion channel in fruit flies keeps their neuronal excitability in check.
Mouse Model Shows How Parkinson’s Disease Begins in the Gut
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Johns Hopkins’s Ted Dawson discusses his lab’s demonstration that misfolded α-synuclein can move from the stomach to the brain and cause physical and cognitive symptoms.