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Misoprostol for stroke treatment

A subcutaneous formulation of misoprostol provides neuroprotection in a mouse model of cerebral ischemia. This discovery indicates that misoprostol has the potential to rescue brain tissue and improve neurological function following stroke. Oral misoprost...
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Fluorescent Calcium Biosensor to track dynamic calcium signaling in live cells

Researchers in Prof. Tobias Meyer’s laboratory have developed a patented, simple, rapid and robust assay to track dynamic calcium signaling in live cells using a fluorescent Calcium Biosensor Peptide (CBP). Calcium signaling in cells is an important mec...
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