Helping Stroke Patients' Brain Cells To Survive
Minimizing brain damage after a stroke depends on preventing the death of brain cells. As cells die, they release a chemical called glutamate, which overexcites neighboring cells, causing them to degrade and release more glutamate, provoking an ever-widening circle of brain-cell death.
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