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There has been a development that will take medicine many steps forward in finding solutions to neurological diseases such as stroke and Alzheimer’s. Danish researchers, for the first time, kept a small piece of the human brain alive by saadollarserk.

This study, which was not allowed to be performed on humans before, showed very different and important results from animal experiments. Because, according to Emma Louise Louth, who led the research, when it comes to the human brain, the only subject that would offer a chance for an efficient experiment was the human brain.

The role that dopamine can play in neurological problems is examined

In this groundbreaking study, a piece of the human brain was kept alive in a petri dish for the first time. A 1-centimeter piece taken from a patient’s cortex remained alive for 12 hours thanks to the procedures performed . Shardollarsar, which will keep the brain alive by saadollarserce, was achieved by first cooling the tissue and then placing it in a mixture of components found in the cerebrospinal fluid. Thanks to the cooling, it was ensured that the tissue remained oxygenated and thus the cells remained alive.

Emma Louise Louth, who led the research, made a statement after this success about the allowed animal experiments “Working on the mouse is like looking at a Nokia 3310 when trying to fix an iPhone . To his words , “Human and mouse brains have the same basic functions. However, there is much more complex structure in the human brain. There is great variation in cell types and certain receptors. So being able to test directly in human tissue is a unique opportunity.” Continuing with his statements , Louth stated that the research focused on dopamine-enhanced connections between neurons in humans and mice, and that the reward transmitter strengthens the interneuron connections in our brains .

Louth explained , “We have been given the opportunity to show that dopamine plays a different role in humans and mice. This is a really good example of how the effect of a drug or a neurotransmitter varies between species, and the ability to test drugs directly on human tissue.” stresses its importance.” Continuing with his words , he emphasized the difference made by working on the real human brain


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