neuroprotective


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neurotoxicity

 [noor″o-tok-sis´ĭ-te]
the ability to exert a destructive or poisonous effect upon nerve tissue. adj., adj neurotox´ic.

neuroprotective

[noor′opro-tek′tiv]
guarding or protecting against neurotoxicity.
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This disability-specific discovery approach represents a strategy for finding neuroprotective treatments for neurodegenerative diseases that are tailored to repair damage for each disability, one at a time, in contrast to a "one size fits all" treatment approach.
Differences of the means among the groups were statistically analyzed by two-way analysis of variance with a post hoc Bonferroni's multiple comparison test to elucidate the neuroprotective effects of GLE.
Here are 10 agents with neuroprotective effects supported by published data that can be considered as add-on to the standard treatments in an effort to mitigate neurotoxicity and protect the brain from the destructive processes that accompany acute episodes of psychosis, mania, and depression.
The neuroprotective and antioxidant effects represent the important properties of salidroside.
The report contains profiles of 139 companies that have a neuroprotective product or products along with 121 collaborations.
To this end they set out to investigate antioxidative and neuroprotective strategies in scopolamine induced murine models of AD.
This neuroprotective compound, called P7C3, holds special promise because of its medication-friendly properties.
International Conference on Neuroprotective Agents (8th: 2006: Mackinac Island, MI) Ed.
The studies, published 6 September 2005 in Current Biology, suggest that normally "DJ-1 has a neuroprotective role against different oxidative stimuli," says Darren Moore, an instructor in neurology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine who has studied the gene.
This magnesium might be neuroprotective so it might help patients who are experiencing potential neurological injury due to the fact that the nerves, the neurons are not getting enough oxygen,'' said Dr.