Produced more than usual in brain cells after they have experienced traumatic injuries.

The team led by Professor Seong – Seng Tan discovered that this naturally occurring protein called BP5, produced more than usual in brain cells after they have experienced traumatic injuries.

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###The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation is, the American Institute of Indian Studies, American Philosophical Society are, LSB of Leakey Foundation, National Geographic representation, National Science Foundation and Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research supported the project.