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Intestinal Dysbiosis and Lowered Serum Lipopolysaccharide-Binding Protein in Parkinson’s Disease
The permeability to LPS is likely to be increased without compromising the integrity of intestinal mucosa in PD, and the increased intestinal permeability in PD may make the patients susceptible to intestinal dysbiosis. Expand
Drinking hydrogen water and intermittent hydrogen gas exposure, but not lactulose or continuous hydrogen gas exposure, prevent 6-hydorxydopamine-induced Parkinson’s disease in rats
Lack of dose responses of hydrogen and the presence of favorable effects with hydrogen water and intermittent hydrogen gas suggest that signal modulating activities of hydrogen are likely to be instrumental in exerting a protective effect against Parkinson’s disease. Expand
Disinhibitory shift of recovery curve of somatosensory-evoked response in elderly: A magnetoencephalographic study
The results show that the N20m ratio at an ISI of 80 ms was significantly increased in the senior group, indicating that the second stimulus-evoked SEF was less inhibited by the initial stimulus at this ISI, suggesting less refractory effect or increased disinhibition. Expand
Recovery function of somatosensory evoked brain response in patients with carpal tunnel syndrome: A magnetoencephalographic study
Cpal tunnel syndrome was associated with functional disinhibition and destruction of the somatotopic organization in the primary somatosensory cortex and might induce a maladaptation of the central nervous system relating to pain. Expand