Neuroprotection of NSC Therapy is Superior to Glibenclamide in Cardiac Arrest-Induced Brain Injury via Neuroinflammation Regulation

The authors evaluated and compared the therapeutic effects of neural stem cell (NSC) and glibenclamide (GBC) therapies post-cardiac arrest. In in vitro studies, BV2 cells underwent oxygen–glucose deprivation for three hours and were then treated with GBC or co-cultured with human NSCs.
[Translational Stroke Research]

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