The Pigs Were Dead. But Four Hours Later, Scientists Restored Cellular Functions in Their Brains – STAT News

Read article - An article about how a team of scientists at Yale University reported they were able to restore some of the brains' molecular and cellular functions in recently deceased pigs quotes James Bernat, active emeritus professor of neurology and medicine. "I think it's remarkable: They were able to restore some brain activity hours after death and the cessation of [blood] circulation, which was previously thought to cause irreversible damage and loss of function," says Bernat, who was not involved in the study. (Picked up by The Boston Globe.)