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Johns Hopkins researchers show that stroke may increase brain plasticity, recovery in some cases

Using mice whose front paws were still partly disabled after an initial induced stroke, Johns Hopkins researchers report that inducing a second stroke nearby in their brains let them “rehab” the animals to successfully grab food pellets with those paws at pre-stroke efficiency.

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Johns Hopkins researchers show that stroke may increase brain plasticity, recovery in some cases

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