Traumatic brain injuries can have severe and long-lasting repercussions that involve damage to the organ's tissue, cognitive impairments and disability. An implantable "brain glue" material developed at the University of Georgia could offer a way to intervene, by mimicking the supporting structure of brain cells to prevent tissue loss and regenerate neurons.Continue ReadingCategory: Medical, ScienceTags: Traumatic Brain Injury, Brain, Healing, University of Georgia

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