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March 1, 2006
Mammals such as the gopher are known to spend the winter in hibernation. Matthew Andrews, a molecular biologist at the U of M Duluth, is part of growing group of researchers who are investigating whether it’s possible to put living organs or whole patients into a similar state as seen in mammals during hibernation. Their findings could benefit transplant recipients, trauma survivors and surgical patients.
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