Bhargy Sharma

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Cerebral preconditioning constitutes the brain’s adaptation to lethal ischemia when first exposed to mild doses of a subtoxic stressor. The phenomenon of preconditioning has been largely studied in the heart, and data from in vivo and in vitro models from past 2–3 decades have provided sufficient evidence that similar machinery exists in the brain as well.(More)
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