The molecular mechanism of the transcriptional activator SWI regulating gene ARID1B affecting swallowing dysfunction after stroke in rats

Background: After a stroke, greater than 50% of sufferers are affected by dysphagia. As a result of the swallowing dysfunction is intently associated to some neural pathways, the probing of the neuro-molecular mechanism of dysphagia is essential for future analysis and therapy. Strategies: Our examine is a typical causal examine with the goal of exploring molecular mechanisms. On this examine, …

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