Ji-Xing Cheng

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Evidence from many studies has suggested that endogenous opioid peptides participate in a number of pathophysiological responses to brain injury. This provides the rationale for the use of opioid antagonists for the enhancement of neural recovery after brain injury. A case is presented of an 18-year-old male who had loss of consciousness for 1 month after a(More)
The initial pathological changes of diffuse axonal injury following traumatic brain injury (TBI) include membrane disruption and loss of ionic homeostasis, which further lead to dysfunction of axonal conduction and axon disconnection. Resealing the axolemma is therefore a potential therapeutic strategy for the early treatment of TBI. Monomethoxy poly(More)
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