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Grand Rapids Tech Firm's Drug Improves Memory After Brain Injury, University Study Shows

Monday, July 11, 2016   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Kate Oesterle
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GRAND RAPIDS, MI -- A Grand Rapids tech firm's drug therapy is showing potential for improving memory after a brain injury.

Rats who were given the experimental drug three months following a traumatic brain injury improved their ability to learn and remember.

The drug, described as PDE4B - short for selective phosphodiesterase 4 subtype inhibitor - is under development by Tetra Discovery Partners, a Grand Rapids-based biotech firm.

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