May 14, 2022

Scientists Have Revived a Glimmer of Activity in Human Eyes After Death

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Scientists have momentarily restored a faint twinkle of life to dying cells in the human eye.

In order to better understand the way nerve cells succumb to a lack of oxygen, a team of US researchers measured activity in mouse and human retinal cells soon after their death.

Amazingly, with a few tweaks to the tissue’s environment, they were able to revive the cells’ ability to communicate hours later.

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