Myelin loss in the brain is a common occurrence in traumatic brain injury (TBI) that results from impact‐induced acceleration forces to the head. Fast and abrupt head motions, either resulting from violent blows and/or jolts, cause rapid stretching of the brain tissue, and the long axons within the white matter tracts are especially vulnerable to such mechanical strain. Recent studies have shown that...
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