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A new treatment for stroke in mice reduces brain damage and promotes motor recovery

11:56 EDT 13 May 2019 | Science Daily

New research shows that brain fluids can be normalized with adrenergic receptor antagonists, a combination of drugs to block the activity of (nor)adrenaline in the brain. This experimental treatment for stroke aided motor recovery and reduced cell death in mice, scientists report.

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