Acetylcholinesterase activity as a neurotoxicity marker within the context of experimentally-simulated hyperprolinaemia: An in vitro approach

@inproceedings{Kalafatakis2015AcetylcholinesteraseAA,
  title={Acetylcholinesterase activity as a neurotoxicity marker within the context of experimentally-simulated hyperprolinaemia: An in vitro approach},
  author={Konstantinos G Kalafatakis and Vasiliki Gkanti and Connie A. Mackenzie-Gray Scott and Apostolos Ch Zarros and George S Baillie and Stylianos Th Tsakiris},
  booktitle={Journal of natural science, biology, and medicine},
  year={2015}
}
Hyperprolinaemia is characterized by increased tissue accumulation of proline (Pro) and is known to exert serious cognitive and/or neuropsychiatric symptomatology as a direct result of Pro accumulation in the brain. The aim of this study was to explore a putative link between experimentally-simulated hyperprolinaemia and the activity of acetylcholinesterase… CONTINUE READING