Traumatic Brain Injury Affects the CNS Proteome

The effects of a mild traumatic brain injury (TBI), although neither lethal nor disruptive, often cause significant, long-term debility. Unfortunately, there are no proven diagnostic tests for determining the degree of disability expected or for directing ongoing treatment. As a potential route for biomarker discovery, Evans and colleagues (2014) hypothesized that even a mild TBI will Read the rest of this article

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