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Increased Recovery Time and Decreased LPS Administration to Study the Vagus Nerve Stimulation Mechanisms in Limited Inflammatory Responses

DOI :

10.3791/54890-v

March 29th, 2017

March 29th, 2017

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1Department of Medicine, Unit of Rheumatology, Center for Molecular Medicine (CMM), Karolinska Institute, Karolinska University Hospital

Vagus nerve stimulation has proven to have a strong efficacy for decreasing peripheral inflammation. Here, we present a modified vagus nerve stimulation protocol that allows for further examinations of the cholinergic anti-inflammatory mechanisms in limited inflammatory responses.

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