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Researchers study sleep apnea and lack of oxygen
Date:10/4/2010

ures to correct or slow the dangerous effects of sleep apnea.

"Working together, we each bring different skills and ways of looking at the problem, which increases our ability to answer the important questions in this field," Hasser said.

While only in the first year of the four-year grant, the researchers have already advanced knowledge on how the brain adapts to diminished oxygen. Results of their initial experiments were recently published in the scientific journal, Neuroscience.


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