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Effects of Acori Graminei Rhizoma on Scopolamine-induced Amnesia in Rats

  title={Effects of Acori Graminei Rhizoma on Scopolamine-induced Amnesia in Rats},
  author={Bo-Kyoung Park and Sang-Yeon Min and Jang‐Hyun Kim},
Objectives:Amnesia is theloss or impairment of memory, caused by physical injury, disease, drugs, or emotional trauma. Recently, the average life span is increasing, while at the same time, the incidence of dementia-like diseases in conjunction with amnesia are also increasing. Therefore learning and memory are very important issues in modern society. Ancient Korean physicians used several herbs to treat dementia and these herbal effects were described in Korean herbal books. Among them are… 

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