Translational researchers on stroke have applied to some extent, a set of recommendations proposed by stroke therapy academic industry roundtable (STAIR), a collaborative effort between academics and industryto develop effective stroke treatments.While STAIR suggested the possible use of rodents and primates totest treatment strategies measuring 2 outcomes, functional response and histological outcome in the acute stroke phase and long term.Since translational research is an evolving science in itself, and there are still no FDA-approved neuroprotection or neurorecovery- or neurorestorative-based treatments for stroke, the exact formula for success is an unknown quantity.(Paul A. Lapchak, Scientific Rigor Recommendations for Optimizing the Clinical Applicability of Translational Research )
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