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Scientists revive cellular activity in brain of dead pigs: report

FOXNews.com Thursday, 18 April 2019
A team of Yale scientists managed to revive cellular activity in the brain of a dead pig, challenging previous assumptions that brain cells irreversibly die off once the blood flow stops.
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Scientists Successfully Revive Brain Cells in Dead Pigs Researchers at Yale University have discovered the line between “alive” and “dead” isn’t as set as once believed. Scientists were able to trigger the metabolic activity of brain cells and even restore function in the blood vessels of a...

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