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First Ultrasound Thrombolysis in U.S. Performed at Emory University Hospital

...trasound helps temporarily loosen and separate the fibrin for more blood clot permeability," explains Dr. Chamsuddin. "The loosened fibrins then allow for reception of the infusion of clot-busting medications, which then slowly dissolve the blockage - usually within two to three days." Emory houses two of...

Hepatic Stellate Cells Found Capable of Tissue Repair

...fibrin. In studies of a mouse model with excessive fibrin deposition in the liver, the researchers found that p75NTR signaling promotes the initial activation of HSC, which stimulates the proliferation of new hepatic cells to replace those that have been damaged. The effects of p75NTR at late stages of HSC ...

Inhibiting Blood to Save the Brain

...gen after the first episode of paralysis using the fibrin peptide prevented subsequent relapses. It also prevented further microglia activation and damage to myelin in the diseased mice, allowing them to survive with improved motor function. “Importantly, this approach blocks fibrin’s interaction with mic...

A New Rapid 3-D Cell-Growth Technique For Growing Heart Muscle

...gnificantly better properties. The approach uses a fibrin gel to support rat cardiac cells temporarily, before the fibrin breaks down as the cells organize into tissue. And while BEHM is still years away from use as a h...

Fibrin Fibers More Stretchable Than Natural Fiber

Scientists have discovered that fibrin fibers could stretch to three times its length bef...oluble protein, fibrinogen. When an injury occurs fibrin is deposited around the wound in the form of a mesh, which dries and hardens, so that bleeding stops...

Muscle Derived Stem Cell Can Repair Damaged Cartilage

...and treated with genetically altered stem cells in fibrin glue. In order to observe any therapeutic effect, ... were treated with either unmodified stem cells in fibrin glue or the glue itself. These rats represented the control group. Following 8 weeks of treatment,...

Clotting Protein plays a role in nerve repair

...after an injury. Previous research has shown that fibrin gathers in the lesions of people with multiple scl... at Rockefeller University in New York report that fibrin seems to play a critical role in repairing damaged myelin. The researchers made the discovery by stu...

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