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Lifestyle of naked mole-rats holds lifesaving clues
February 24, 2012 by NewsBot
A biologist thinks the subterranean lifestyle of the naked mole-rat may hold clues to keeping brain cells alive and functioning when oxygen is scarce, as during a heart attack. The key may lie in how brain cells regulate their intake of calcium, he says.