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Rapid response for inflammation control in songbirds' brains could lead to therapies in humans


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A biological process in the brains of zebra finches shows that the songbirds respond quickly to trauma and are capable of controlling the natural inflammation that occurs to protect the brain from injury. Understanding the process well enough could lead to therapies in humans to control inflammation and hasten recovery from brain injury such as stroke, says a neuroscientist.SXqKGlXV_U4

 

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