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Study identifies gene—and drug target—involved in inflammation after injury

03:44 EDT 21 Jun 2017 | Medical Xpress

During a stroke or organ transplant, patients can suffer an injury due to lack of blood supply to vital organs. The injury—known as ischemia reperfusion—can cause damage to tissues. But a new Yale-led study has identified a previously unknown mechanism leading to the injury, and a potential target for drug treatment.

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