Yes the glymphatic research was done on mice and Putman's work on dogs. Another interesting point is that the images show the glymphatic system joining a artery. My point is simple and I was agreeing with Cheer - please do not make quick conclusions from this research, give time for the research to develop.
lena-g wrote:MarkW wrote:The first point to note on this research is that it was performed on mice, remember mice do not develop MS.
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I think Mark W meant that the study "glymphatic" was done on mice, and did not speak Putnam ... if I understood correctly???Nedergaard's team …. The team made the findings in mice, whose brains are remarkably similar to the human brain.
(Excuse my English, I'm French)
I find this very interesting study, and I agree with you, Joan:Just thinking how incredible it is That thesis Researchers can see proof of Their theories, thanks to innovations in technology.
There has to hope that the doctors of different disciplines up their minds finally to cooperate ... And "thanks to innovations in technology!"
And a huge THANK YOU all of you for all information you share ...