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Barrow scientists identify new stem cell activity in human brain
Date:9/28/2011

aemic injuries, exposure to low oxygen and decreased blood flow that can lead to diseases such as cerebral palsy and seizure disorders.

"The first year of human life has a window of vulnerability, as well as tremendous opportunity, for the brain," says Dr. Sanai. "It's a period of incredible growth, organization, and flexibility, as fresh neural connections are created, broken, and remade. A better understanding of how things can go wrong in that critical period could ultimately improve the chances that things will go right."


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Contact: Carmelle Malkovich
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602-406-3319
St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center
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