A recently published study has indicated that eliminating microglia could significantly reduce tau-linked brain damage in mice, providing a path for novel treatments.
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A new study on mice has demonstrated that lithium chloride can impede the detrimental effects of fetal alcohol syndrome on the developing brain.
In a new study, researchers have discovered that Hi1a, a spider venom peptide, could protect the brain from stroke-induced injury by inhibiting acid-sensing ion channels in the brain.
Population-based cohort study reports that increased serum NT-proBNP levels are associated with smaller brain volumes and could be used as a biomarker for disease such as stroke and dementia.
The combination of stem cell grafts with an engineered protein offers a new approach for stroke treatment.
A novel device utilizing sound wave technology could provide a more rapid, accurate and non-invasive method of concussion diagnosis at the pitch side.
Diffusion tensor imaging highlights brain damage in individuals with high blood pressure.
Study of stroke therapy highlights the potential value of preclinical trials in solving the ‘reproducibility crisis’ in clinical trials
A new large-scale animal study designed with the aim of mimicking the rigor of a human clinical trial has highlighted the potential of preclinical randomized controlled trials in evaluating a drug’s efficacy, potentially bridging the gap between successful laboratory experiments and failed clinical trials.