Dietary supplement creatine protects against traumatic brain injury.

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Creatine, one of the most common food supplements used by individuals at almost every level of athleticism, promote gains in performance, strength, and fat-free mass. Recent experimental findings have demonstrated that creatine affords significant neuroprotection against ischemic and oxidative insults. The present experiments investigated the possible… (More)

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@article{Sullivan2000DietarySC, title={Dietary supplement creatine protects against traumatic brain injury.}, author={Patrick G. Sullivan and Jonathan Geiger and Mark P. Mattson and Stephen W. Scheff}, journal={Annals of neurology}, year={2000}, volume={48 5}, pages={723-9} }