Cognitive improvement of mice induced by exercise prior to traumatic brain injury is associated with cytochrome c oxidase

@article{Gu2014CognitiveIO,
  title={Cognitive improvement of mice induced by exercise prior to traumatic brain injury is associated with cytochrome c oxidase},
  author={Ying li Gu and Li wei Zhang and Ning Ma and Lin lin Ye and Xu Gao},
  journal={Neuroscience Letters},
  year={2014},
  volume={570},
  pages={86-91}
}
Though the evidence demonstrated that voluntary exercise programs could be implemented to enhance recovery of cognitive function induced by traumatic brain injury (TBI), the exact mechanisms were still not known. We proposed that the cognitive improvement induced by exercise in TBI mice is associated with cytochrome c oxidase (COX). To demonstrate this hypothesis, adult mice were housed with or without access to a running wheel (RW) for three weeks followed by TBI operation. Acquisition of… CONTINUE READING

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