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Brain's never-before-seen cellular response to concussions could lead to therapy

A biology student spent the past few summers developing an experiment for observing the brain's cellular response to a concussion. The never-before-seen action could one day lead to therapies that mitigate brain damage following mild traumatic brain injuries.
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