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Influence of trans fat and omega-3 on the preference of psychostimulant drugs in the first generation of young rats
The current Western diet often provides considerable amounts of saturated and trans fatty acids (TFA), whose incorporation into neuronal membranes has been implicated in changes of brainExpand
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Cross-Generational trans Fat Consumption Favors Self-Administration of Amphetamine and Changes Molecular Expressions of BDNF, DAT, and D1/D2 Receptors in the Cortex and Hippocampus of Rats
Amphetamine (AMPH) is an addictive psychostimulant drug whose use has been related to neurotoxicity. Experimentally, AMPH increases anxiety-like symptoms, showing addictive properties. In the lastExpand
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Chronic consumption of trans fat can facilitate the development of hyperactive behavior in rats
In recent decades, the increased consumption of processed foods, which are rich in hydrogenated vegetable fat (HVF), has led to a decreased consumption of fish and oilseed, rich in omega-3 fattyExpand
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Cross‐generational trans fat intake modifies BDNF mRNA in the hippocampus: Impact on memory loss in a mania animal model
Recently, we have described the influence of dietary fatty acids (FA) on mania‐like behavior of first generation animals. Here, two sequential generations of female rats were supplemented withExpand
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Tactile stimulation and neonatal isolation affect behavior and oxidative status linked to cocaine administration in young rats
We investigated the influence of neonatal handling on cocaine-induced conditioned place preference (CPP), anxiety-like symptoms and oxidative status related to drug abstinence in young rats. PupsExpand
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Trans-fat supplementation over two generations of rats exacerbates behavioral and biochemical damages in a model of mania: Co-treatment with lithium.
AIMS We investigated whether trans-fat supplemented over two generations of rats could alter neuronal membranes and influence mania-like behaviors, as well as the effects of lithium (Li). MAINExpand
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Cross-generational trans fat intake exacerbates UV radiation-induced damage in rat skin.
We evaluated the influence of dietary fats on ultraviolet radiation (UVR)-induced oxidative damage in skin of rats. Animals from two consecutive generations born of dams supplemented with fats duringExpand
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Influence of Trans Fat on Skin Damage in First‐Generation Rats Exposed to UV Radiation
The influence of trans fatty acids (TFA) on lipid profile, oxidative damage and mitochondrial function in the skin of rats exposed to ultraviolet radiation (UVR) was assessed. The first‐generationExpand
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In vitro evaluation of triazenes: DNA cleavage, antibacterial activity and cytotoxicity against acute myeloid leukemia cells
). The observation of intermolecular hydrogen bonding in the solid state of compound 3, based on the structural analysis by X-ray crystallography, as well as the results of IR and UV-VisExpand
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