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Stroke Award - 2003

Associate Professor Neville Knuckey was the recipient of BF grant funding in 2003

Stroke Award

Stroke Award
Does increased activity of the sodium/calcium exchanger (NCX) ion channel protect the brain from stroke?
Associate Professor Neville Knuckey
Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital
Funded By Frank & Morphyn Young Estate
Co-Investigators : Dr Bruno Meloni

Stroke Award funded by Frank & Morphyn Young Estate
Does increased activity of the sodium/calcium exchanger (NCX) ion channel protect the brain from stroke?

Associate Professor Neville Knuckey
Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital
Co-Investigator: Dr Bruno Meloni

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