Assessed and Emerging Biomarkers in Stroke and Training-Mediated Stroke Recovery: State of the Art

  title={Assessed and Emerging Biomarkers in Stroke and Training-Mediated Stroke Recovery: State of the Art},
  author={Marialuisa Gandolfi and Nicola Smania and Antonio Vella and Alessandro Picelli and Salvatore Chirumbolo},
  booktitle={Neural plasticity},
Since the increasing update of the biomolecular scientific literature, biomarkers in stroke have reached an outstanding and remarkable revision in the very recent years. Besides the diagnostic and prognostic role of some inflammatory markers, many further molecules and biological factors have been added to the list, including tissue derived cytokines, growth factor-like molecules, hormones, and microRNAs. The literatures on brain derived growth factor and other neuroimmune mediators, bone… CONTINUE READING
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