Energy-requiring cell functions in the ischemic brain

Their critical supply and possible inhibition in protective therapy

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✓ The energy-requiring cell functions in the brain are described. The role of specific inhibition of these functions, and their critical low-supply levels of blood flow and oxygen are reviewed in relation to clinical management of focal and complete global cerebral ischemia.

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