Lipid molecules help to get stroke therapies into the brain

1 year ago

Researchers have found that a promising stroke therapy, known as antisense oligonucleotides, is preferentially taken up from the blood into areas of stroke damage in the brain when the molecules are linked to a specific kind of lipid. This therapy can be given relatively late after a stroke occurs, and is hoped to lead to reduced stroke-related disabilities.  

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