Researchers treat consequences of brain injuries with nasally administered stem cell secreted factors

Brain injuries cause widespread damage to brain tissue. Damaged cells begin to produce signaling molecules that trigger processes of inflammation, apoptosis—programmed cell death—and oxidative stress. After the acute phase (about a day), chronic neuroinflammation occurs. It can last a long time and cause secondary damage with negative consequences, including behavioral and cognitive dysfunction.

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