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Dual effect of HBO on cerebral infarction in MCAO rats.
- A. Badr, W. Yin, G. Mychaskiw, J. Zhang
- MedicineAmerican journal of physiology. Regulatory…
- 1 March 2001
The results of this study suggest that applying HBO within 6 h of ischemia-reperfusion injury could benefit the patient but that applied HBO 12 h or more after injury could harm the patient.
Down regulation of COX-2 is involved in hyperbaric oxygen treatment in a rat transient focal cerebral ischemia model
Hyperbaric oxygenation prevented brain injury induced by hypoxia–ischemia in a neonatal rat model
Metabolic alterations in cerebrospinal fluid from double hemorrhage model of dogs
The data demonstrated a metabolic alteration of glucose, glutamate, lactate and pyruvate in CSF during cerebral vasospasm, which suggests that brain energy metabolites and excitative amino acids are altered during cerebral Vasospasm.
Effect of hyperbaric oxygen on striatal metabolites: a microdialysis study in awake freely moving rats after MCA occlusion
NO-1886 decreases ectopic lipid deposition and protects pancreatic beta cells in diet-induced diabetic swine.
The results suggest that improvement of lipid disorder, non-adipose tissue steatosis and insulin resistance may be very important for the protection of beta cell damage and that NO-1886 is potentially beneficial for the treatment of insulin-resistance syndrome.
Preventive effect of Ibrolipim on suppressing lipid accumulation and increasing lipoprotein lipase in the kidneys of diet-induced diabetic minipigs
Ibrolipim exerts renoprotective and hypolipidemic effects via the increase in renal L PL activity and expression, and thus the increased expression and activity of renal LPL play a vital role in suppressing renal lipid accumulation and ameliorating proteinuria in diet-induced diabetic minipigs.
Haemoglobin and ATP levels in CSF from a dog model of vasospasm
- W. Yin, R. Tibbs, J. Tang, A. Badr, J. Zhang
- Medicine, BiologyJournal of Clinical Neuroscience
- 1 July 2002
The results indicate that haemoglobin might be involved in the development of cerebral vasospasm, and the possible role of ATP in vasospasms remains unclear.
Cytotoxicity of ventricular cerebrospinal fluid from Parkinson patients: Correlation with clinical profiles and neurochemistry
- G. Mandybur, Y. Miyagi, W. Yin, E. Perkins, John H. Zhang
- Biology, MedicineNeurological research
- 1 January 2003
The cytotoxic effect of PD-vCSF did not directly correlate with any clinical profiles studied or energy metabolism of PD brain, except for a slight correlation between vCSF and disease progression rate in heat treated samples from female patients.
Effect of Paris polyphylla extract on second-degree burns in rats
Paris polyphylla is an effective medicinal herb that holds promise for the treatment of second-degree burns and the antibacterial data revealed that the MIC of PPE against S. aureus, P. aeruginosa and E. coli decreased significantly.