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Cardiac arrest may hinder ability to learn certain tasks

urvive a heart attack are left with perfectly functional neurons, along with ones that are clearly injured," she continued. "The long-term goal is to figure out how to alter the brain's environment to bring those damaged neurons back to full function. We can start by looking at the cells' immediate environment to see what causes that alteration, and possibly reverse that."

DeVries and her colleagues are continuing this work by looking at how different types of social interactions influence the number and health of neurons that survive a heart attack.

"We hope that positive social interaction will actually improve the animals' recovery from cardiac arrest," DeVries said.

She conducted the study with Gretchen Neigh and Erica Glasper, both graduate students in neuroscience and psychology at Ohio State; Julia Kofler and Richard Traystman, both with Oregon Health and Science University; and with Ronald Mervis and Adam Bachstetter, both with NeuroStructural Research Laboratories in Tampa.


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Contact: Courtney DeVries
devries.14@osu.edu
614-538-9529
Ohio State University
29-Sep-2004


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