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Attenuation of arsenic neurotoxicity by curcumin in rats.
In view of continued exposure to arsenic and associated human health risk including neurotoxicity, neuroprotective efficacy of curcumin, a polyphenolic antioxidant, has been investigated in rats. AExpand
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Iconography : Study of effect of Stevia rebaudiana bertoni on oxidative stress in type-2 diabetic rat models
Abstract A clinical condition “Diabetes” is more often associated with the release of a massive amount of toxic free radicals, which significantly decrease the level of antioxidant enzymes, increaseExpand
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Involvement of dopaminergic and serotonergic systems in the neurobehavioral toxicity of lambda-cyhalothrin in developing rats.
In view of extensive uses of lambda-cyhalothrin, a new generation type II synthetic pyrethroid, human exposure is quite imminent. The present study has therefore been carried out to investigateExpand
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Neuroprotective efficacy of curcumin in arsenic induced cholinergic dysfunctions in rats.
Our recent studies have shown that curcumin protects arsenic induced neurotoxicity by modulating oxidative stress, neurotransmitter levels and dopaminergic system in rats. As chronic exposure toExpand
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Neuroprotective effect of curcumin in arsenic-induced neurotoxicity in rats.
Our recent studies have shown that arsenic-induced neurobehavioral toxicity is protected by curcumin by modulating oxidative stress and dopaminergic functions in rats. In addition, theExpand
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Reversibility of changes in brain cholinergic receptors and acetylcholinesterase activity in rats following early life arsenic exposure
In view of the increasing incidences of arsenic induced health effects and the vulnerability of the developing brain to its toxic effects, studies have been carried out to investigate the mechanismExpand
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Lipid Integration in Neurodegeneration: An Overview of Alzheimer’s Disease
Various types of lipids and their metabolic products associated with the biological membrane play a crucial role in signal transduction, modulation, and activation of receptors and as precursors ofExpand
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Cholinergic Dysfunctions and Enhanced Oxidative Stress in the Neurobehavioral Toxicity of Lambda-Cyhalothrin in Developing Rats
This study is focused on understanding the mechanism of neurobehavioral toxicity of lambda-cyhalothrin, a new generation type II synthetic pyrethroid in developing rats following their exposure fromExpand
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