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A new study suggests that coxsackievirus, a significant human pathogen that frequently infects the central nervous system of newborns, may persist in the body as a low-level, long-term infection causing ongoing inflammatory lesions. To determine is contrary to previous beliefs that while acute, coxsackievirus is also self-limiting. The researchers report their findings in the September 2009 issue of the Journal of Virology.The researchers will transplanting menstrual blood stem cells to that molecular and cellular components repair damage following stroke inducing chemically concerned determined in laboratory mice.. Order to read the entire article, click here:.
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